PATRON MEMBER: KAREN HALLER
Karen Haller is an internationally renowned advanced colour theory mentor and trainer, helping industry professionals across the globe transform their business through applying colour psychology in diverse sectors such as interior design and architecture, branding and product development, healthcare and wellbeing.
She has worked alongside a number of prestigious brands including Dulux, Orange Mobile, Logitech, 3M Post-it, Pitney Bowes, ColourMatch from Argos and Dove.
Advanced Colour Theory Trainer & Mentor
An inspirational speaker and colour trainer, she is the creator of the Advanced Colour Method Training for industry professionals. This is a personal one to one mentoring programme for professionals looking to further their colour knowledge in the practical application of advanced colour theory thus taking colour knowledge beyond the traditional colour wheel. Mentoring sessions and courses are designed for industries such as brand and product designers, interior designers and architects, fashion designers and students who are looking to enhance their current studies.
Colour Business Services
Projects have ranged from business branding, corporate interiors, consultancy work to heading up global colour campaigns.
From her years of experience of working with businesses in applied colour psychology, Karen has written The 7 Mistakes Most Business Owners Make with Their Branding and Colours, a unique colour psychology and branding guide which is has proved popular with business owners.
As well as writing for her own blog, Karen is also the resident colour expert for interiors specialists SpotDeco and Isla & Eden. She has previously written for Women Unlimited Worldwide, London's leading female entrepreneur community and been a contributor for the prestigious Huffington Post.
As the go to Colour Psychology Expert for numerous publishers and PR agencies, she is sought out by the national press and radio to give commentary on breaking colour stories. She has also appeared on UK Channel 4 Sunday Brunch.
Karen is a co-author of the leading industry book Colour Design: Theories and Applications, the first of its kind bringing the arts, science and applications together. She was commissioned to write chapter 20 - Colour in interior design, discussing the use of colour in both residential and commercial interiors.
Other writing projects included the Colour and Contrast guidelines chapter for the Thomas Pocklington Homes and Living Spaces for People with Sight Loss: a Guide for Interior Designers.
What puts Karen in such high demand as a mentor is she teaches what's not taught in design school which has led to her newest, and soon to be released, writing project - The Things They don't Teach You about Colour in Design School.
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Contact Karen at firstname.lastname@example.org