Discover how you can predict the hottest colours in design in 2023 with Dulux Academy Lead, Creative Consultant and interior designer Cora Collins.
The use of colour has always been an essential piece of any successful brand strategy or design product because it goes far beyond mere aesthetics. The right colour choice impacts customers’ experience, sales and profits. While the general rules of colour usage in design are easy to remember, current and future trends can be harder to predict.
During the workshop, Cora Collins will give you insights into the process of colour trends and forecasting to market to new and existing clients and identify the colour trends of 2023 which will further allow you to successfully advise, please and attract your customers.
This 60-minute online workshop is ideal for any design professional interested in the use of colour in branding, design, interior design and built environment and anyone who works with colour in their daily roles.
It will cover:
- Trend Analysis & Forecasting
Insights into this process, how to capture trends and who Dulux
- Colour through time snapshot
The evolution of colour trends for the 2000’s with an empowering
visual snapshot showing how consumers’ tastes and priorities have changed over time.
- COTY Palette 23 – Interior & Exterior collections
Cora will introduce COTY ready-made colour combinations that will uplift clients and
users in 2023, creating comfortable, inviting spaces, inspiring designs and boosting value in every sector.
- Sector Specific Examples
See how these colours work and flow in the creative built sectors from
Interior design to architects and any creatives who work with colours
- From global trends to Irish and local view application
What does this mean for Ireland, Irish colours and consumers?
About the trainer
Dulux Academy Lead, Creative Consultant and interior designer
Cora is passionate about adding colour to people’s lives…..
Cora is a Colour expert with a background in fine art and over 20 years of experience working in the field. Cora sits on a colour futures panel and has a flair for the latest trends, innovation and inspiration in interior design and colour. Using her insights from the market, Cora supports a wide range of clients (streetscapes, interior design, retail) across Ireland with the creation and navigation of Dulux colour collections and tools. She also works through the line with designers, architects and specifiers supporting projects across various sectors. Cora is regarded as a thought leader in the industry who has worked with TV programmes such as RTE’s At Your Service and was featured in many articles in this space.
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