Consumers may have noticed that black is often used on websites that sell high-end, luxury, or elite items. The high contrast provided by black allows certain elements of the page (such as backgrounds) to recede, so that the user can focus on product photos without making the overall design look complicated or exaggerated. Large quantities of black are often used in brands or advertising for companies that want their products to look very exclusive. But why? Because in most situations, black isn't cozy or attention-grabbing. Since most companies want to project a wider network, this is a compelling reason why you don't see a lot of black ads or brands.
But should only black women who look black enough for you be used as models? In addition, readers found that black and white ads were less visually appealing than color ads. On average, just under half of readers found black and white one-page ads to be visually appealing, while 71% of readers indicated that four-color one-page ads were visually appealing. It seems that an opportunity is lost when an advertiser publishes an ad in black and white. By giving readers a vision of your company that only about half of readers find visually appealing, advertisers risk leaving an unattractive impression on other readers. Black can be powerful, dramatic, elegant, or protective.
Black is often used when advertising a timeless product or to really round off a company's.We usually see black in expensive products such as clothing and technology. Some really modern fashion catalogs have started to choose black models that look much more African, in other words, they may have extremely dark skin or noses more than a little wider, etc. In addition to the example above, Red Sticker research results show that, on average, black and white ads aren't as memorable as color ads, with 8% more readers remembering seeing 4 color ads than black and white ads. When you're done arguing with yourself, let us know what they decided black and white would look like anyway. For the record, I agree with people who are saying that you can't (or shouldn't) see every image of a black person in advertising as a kind of racism - conformity if the black person looks white, exoticism if they don't.
If you sell incredibly expensive accessories to an extremely select clientele and have a marketing budget to match, black may be perfect for you. Whether in black and white or in shades of a rainbow, when an ad has the right colors to match the services and products offered by a company, it can increase sales and improve brand awareness.
Blackis also useful for directing customer attention, especially in situations where high contrast and legibility are important. As for darker skin and curly hair, I regularly see black models in advertisements with these characteristics; but according to the analysis of this series, these women are only used to represent the hip or something exotic.
Blackand white advertising can make consumers focus on the basics, while color can help advertisers promote specific features that could differentiate their product from the competition. According to a study published in the Journal of Consumer Research, consumers who see black and white ads tend to focus on the basic features of a product, while those who see the same color ads focus on non-essentials. However, it may surprise some to learn that black and white ads can motivate consumers to a product even more than color ads. According to a new study published in the Journal of Consumer Research, black and white advertising causes consumers to focus on basic product features, while color advertising can influence consumers to pay more for products with unnecessary extras.
When ads can produce stories in black and white effectively arouse consumers' interest and the desire to achieve what is offered to them. In conclusion, it is clear that black, whether used alone or combined with other colors in an advertisement can be very effective in conveying messages about luxury products or services. It is also important to note that using black, whether alone or combined with other colors should be done carefully so as not to create an impression of exclusivity or elitism.