4 Replies to “Why Your Company Logo Shouldn’t Have More Than 3 Colours”

  1. I agree… to a point. There is a strong rationale for having 1–3 strong brand colors. However, if you have ever designed a website before, you know that you need the following colors: link, active link, hover state, visited link, warning state (usually a red), error state, (usually a yellow or orange), a success state (usually green), and an information icon (usually blue or grey). Not to mention, the brand colors better pass WCAG or ADA accessibility guidelines. What works in print (light or pastel colors) can be challenging on screen for people with visual or cognitive issues.

    Most modern brands try to ensure that their online colors pass accessibility, as well as ensuring that those additional digital colors are harmonious with the main brand colors.

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