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The Not-So-Unexpected Red Theory

Chances are you’ve heard about the unexpected red theory? It’s been all over the internet and in the media. It seems like everyone’s been talking about it. But if you haven’t, this ‘theory’ was created by Taylor Simon, a Brooklyn-based interior designer who is known for her eclectic style. The idea, according to Taylor is…

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MIX Awards 2024 entry + judges announced

The Mix Awards are the undisputed awards event of the year. And this year they’re marking a significant milestone – the 20th anniversary of their industry-leading awards. Organised and hosted by Mix Interiors, the Mix Awards are the UK’s leadingevents for commercial interiors. bringing over a thousand respective peers together to celebrate the country’s best…

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Why Twitter’s rebrand has alienated the market

If you haven’t seen it yet Elon Musk has rebranded Twitter, and the market isn’t happy about it. It’s not unusual for companies to do a rebrand or a brand refresh after a change of ownership and they want to put their stamp on the brand, they feel they have an outdated identity or they…

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No shades of grey for Fiat

Operation no grey is what Fiat are calling their new colour campaign. In a world that is still holding onto their love of all things grey, especially in the UK where the most popular car colour for the past 5 years has been grey, Fiat have decided that they are no longer going to make…

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It’s International Podcast Day!

Today, Friday 30th September, is International Podcast Day. A celebration of the power of podcasts.  So to celebrate, I thought I’d share with you some of my favourite podcasts that I’ve been interviewed on. Colourful podcasts ranging from wellbeing in the home, business branding, the many challenges of starting my business, and even a podcast…

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Why Wimbledon Wears White

Every summer the best players from around the world descend on SW19 for two thrilling, nail biting weeks of tennis. I’ve been fortunate on many occasions to just chance it and turn up to see if there are any return tickets. I clearly had lady luck on my side as not only did I managed…

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Pantone Colour of the Year 2022 – Is it blue or purple?

I’m guessing you’ve already seen Pantone’s colour of the year, and you’ve probably already asked yourself the question ‘is it blue or is it purple?.’ I know I have. I ran a quick poll over on my Instagram Stories and a resounding 96% said it purple. So I looked up Pantone 17-3938 in my Pantone…

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Launching Karen Haller Behavioural Design Consultancy website

When I started working on my new consultancy website back in 2020, I didn’t realise the journey it would take me on, both personally and in my business. I knew my business had evolved a lot since my last website went live a few years ago, but it wasn’t until the first Covid lockdown that…

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Black at the Golden Globes was a sign of solidarity

The Golden Globes is almost as famous for the array of colourful gowns as it is for the awards ceremony itself. I look forward to watching the parade of colours every year and I wasn’t at all surprised when the focus was switched from the glitz and glamour to one of a somber mood in…

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