Creative Futures: Narrative Bus Stop Final Design Colour Variations

Here is the final design colour scheme development for the Radiation Travel.

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This is the original final design which I am using just for a reference while, I develop the colour scheme for this project. The colours i thinking of using is green which is standard for radiation, blues, silver, metallic grey and  yellow. Theses colours are useful for this project due to the fact that they are often either associated with radiation or danger and are also welcoming and warm colours.

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This is my first colour scheme idea, I considered having the glass green due to it been near where the radiation beam is stored so the colour would leek out some what. The grey was used to reassemble all the metal components within the machinery and to highlight how important the machinery actually is. The red is show to mind the step that the machine is connected to. The blue was chosen because it is calming which helps keep the target audience/user calm before they are converted into radiation for the travel. Theses colours together are both appealing and relaxing to the target audience as I have shown the designs to them.

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This image is using the same colours as stated at the top of this post except the green is used to create a cloud of escaped radiation that isn’t very useful or harmful to the users and technicians. The red is used for the waiting chairs, the red is mainly used for a warm welcoming. The grey/metal is used to identify what is metalic and what the actual mode of transportation is. The yellow is used as a warning to mind the step and the blue is used as a representation of the glass. This is considered the most appealing by the people I have shown the design to because it uses a wide range of colours and shows what Radiation runners is about.

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