2020 Color: Pantone's Classic Blue
Each year Pantone chooses a color to represent the zeitgeist of the color world. This year's "Classic Blue" is something we'll be using in most of our designs and it's close enough to "PM1 Blue" that it should ALWAYS be a classic!
If you're a designer put this one into your palette. If you're a consumer, take note of why everywhere you look "Blue" seems to be the color choice from candles and fabrics at Target to Magazine Covers and lighting washes. Check out TIME magazine's article on the 2020 Color of the Year for more background and history, and Pantone's own writeup on how they chose "Classic Blue" and why.
For our examples above, we chose an image that took the Classic Blue shade as well as multiple complimentary colors as the background for our renderings. If you'd like to see what yours looks like, drop us a line - firstname.lastname@example.org and we'd be happy to render it into the scene for you to present at your next design meeting with your teams.
PM1 Design Series Outline
Here's a quick outline of what we have planned for this series. If you'd like to offer any guidance, feedback, or suggestions for us, shoot a quick note to email@example.com.
- Welcome to The Design Series
- 2020 Color Trends (This Post)
- 2020 Design Trends
- Experiential Marketing in 2020
- Corporate Theatre in 2020
- Q & A with PM1's Design Team
The PM1 Design Series Offer
We'll make this quick and painless. Start the process by clicking on our offer below, tell us a bit more about your event, and upload your existing sketches, photos, renderings, or CAD Files.