If your logo, headline or title is going to be on a background color, you need to choose contrasting colors. I made this mistake in my early days as an art director and the entire city of Los Angeles had flags on every street pole advertising something they couldn’t read. Luckily I wasn’t fired, but I will never do that again.
Step away from your art or squint your eyes. Does your logo blend together and get lost? Your artwork might look bright and beautiful up close. But if someone needs to see it on a shelf, a few yards away, it might blend together and be lost.
It’s about color value. If you turn the colors in the art to shades of gray and they still contrast, you’ll have a good color scheme. But if they blend like these above, you will need to change the colors for better contrast.
About 8% of the population is color blind so keep that in mind.
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