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Hi, Is there any colour combination for engineering draftsman, just asking.

Hi, your job is important and requires skills. I would recommend using blue to make you associate with trustability. Blue goes well with many colors, most important is that it needs to contrast. I personally love blue & white combination, as it looks professional and clear at the same time. 🙂

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WOW, @michal247 , you’ve just stolen my words. 🙂
I’ve done really great on Fiverr since 2017. But I realized when I changed all my gig images from mixed colors to blue and white with yellow bordered lines noticed a sudden increase in my sales.
I love blue because I feel it’s more like a life-saving color. Literally this is what I do for my clients. I always go extra miles to help buyers as much as I can and make them feel relax.

Well, thank you so so much, @michal247, for sharing such an amazing post.

Keep it up.

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How about black and white for a voice over gig?

I would not recommend this combination as black and white will not help you get noticed, which is important when it comes to gigs. I would go with yellow-white combination or yellow-black. You can also try something with orange, which would look great aswell in your particular gig.

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Good recap!
The use of colors in advertising was one of my favorite segments in my marketing class. I remember the chapter covering the topic was easily the second most referenced for the semester final group project. (Most referenced was the 4Ps.) Some good memories there, so thanks for the nostalgia!
Some of the colors differ in meaning from what I remember, but I also recall there’s sometimes cultural differences that can affect a color’s meaning.

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Good recap!

The use of colors in advertising was one of my favorite segments in my marketing class. I remember the chapter covering the topic was easily the second most referenced for the semester final group project. (Most referenced was the 4Ps.) Some good memories there, so thanks for the nostalgia!

Some of the colors differ in meaning from what I remember, but I also recall there’s sometimes cultural differences that can affect a color’s meaning.

Wow, that sounds great. It was good school for sure 🙂

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@michal247

Those are very important and valuable tips. Thank you very much! ? I have never received orders for the some colors I used. :thinking:

😇 Can you give me an idea of ​​the colors of my gig images? 😊 Great help!

Hi @photocutter92,

Your gigs may seem more technical, but I think that they will work better when you are gonna make them look more creative. Even if it’s only photoshop editing, it’s still linked with photography which needs creativity. And if your gigs will look more passionate and not just “Give me money I will give you work” it is always better i think. So I would experiment with bright colors like orange or yellow. When you will use bright colors you need to use dark font color, most likely black or dark grey so it will contrast properly. I personally love websites with orange main color and totally black (#000000 hex) as secondary color for text. But for your gig most importantly I would advise to make it more intuitive. I cover that topic here: Stop filling your gig image with informations!

Hope that helps 🙂

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Hi @photocutter92,

Your gigs may seem more technical, but I think that they will work better when you are gonna make them look more creative. Even if it’s only photoshop editing, it’s still linked with photography which needs creativity. And if your gigs will look more passionate and not just “Give me money I will give you work” it is always better i think. So I would experiment with bright colors like orange or yellow. When you will use bright colors you need to use dark font color, most likely black or dark grey so it will contrast properly. I personally love websites with orange main color and totally black (#000000 hex) as secondary color for text. But for your gig most importantly I would advise to make it more intuitive. I cover that topic here: Stop filling your gig image with informations!

Hope that helps 🙂

Hi @michal247

😇 They’re very useful for me to fix my gigs. I got so much information from the other link you sent. Thank you very much for giving me your precious time.

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