- love of learning
Dingy or dull yellow represents weakness, jealousy, caution, decay, illness or sickness.
Yellow is the second most visually attractive color after red.
Yellow, the pure bright lemon yellow is the most eye-fatiguing color. Light is reflected by this bright color, resulting in excessive stimulation of the eyes, causing eye irritation. It also speeds metabolism. Paint a room yellow, you will make babies cry and grown-ups lose their tempers in it. Furthermore, yellow is not a good color for notepads and monitor background. Although it can alert our brain and enhance concentration, it is hurtful to our eye.
Yellow, when used in small amount, produces sensations of brightness and warmth. It represents playfulness, light, creativity, warmth and an easygoing attitude toward life. It is as inviting as a warm, sunny day. Yellow is like sunlight -- you want it to be there to feel good, but you don't want it to be "in your eye".
Yellow has many shades. Pure yellow is the most cheerful and sunny of the spectrum. A softer tint, however, will make it more pleasant to look at. Dingy yellow represents caution, decay, sickness, jealousy and duplicity. Choice of shade is important when it comes to yellow.
Yellow, the cheerful sunny yellow, is an attention getter. It is the most visible color of all the colors, it is the number one attention getter.
Pure yellow produces sensations of brightness and warmth reminding us of warm, sunny days. Yellow is the color of lemons, buttercups and rich cream. Sunflower and winter squash can be used in your design elements of your e-book cover to increase visual impact.
Because this is a luminous color you will notice yellow tends to disappear into the page so often needs a strong color to highlight and bring it out especially if used against white.
The people who like the color yellow usually have "sunny" personalities and are concerned about society but generally do nothing about it except talk. They are generally perfectionists by nature and can be rather shy at heart and appear somewhat aloof as a result.
People who dislike yellow, usually dislike the luminous qualities that this color has. They are realists-practical down to earth people and probably critical of others who are not.
Yellow (pale, dull): Compassion, intellectual an spiritual, clear thinking.
Yellow is a spiritual color that is a symbol of the deity in many religions.
Yellow (bright, clear): Stimulating, sunshine/cheerfulness.
Special Note: GOLD
Gold is evokes the feelings of prestige, and of being expensive.
Gold (dark, brilliant): Wealth, thirst, power
Gold is the perfect complement for purple symbolizing wealth and beauty.