Businesses are now finding different ways to apply elements of behavioral psychology in their advertising and marketing campaigns, but this isn't a new field. This infographic shows you what psychologist's and advertising professionals have been up to for years.

The Sneaky Psychology Of Advertising -- This infographic runs through a list of psychological tricks that advertisers use to get the consumers attention. It illustrates how brands tap your subconscious and the words they use to target a specific audience.

Hearing voices? The image was so subtle I almost missed it.

Mental health shouldn't be a taboo or an issue. Adverts like these can help it on the way not to be. The design creates a discreet, hidden look, this works well for the subject matter.

Nike Ad - when I first saw it, I thought it was bacon. Then I took another look. I liked it better as bacon

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Psychology of Color in Branding

The Psychology of Color and Fonts in Design

An Infographic On The Psychology of Color. Struggling to find the perfect color for something? Try taking a look at the emotions that colors evoke in people before choosing the latest color pallet for a new project.

Guerrilla Advertising is such a creative and fun way to advertise. How convenient is this ad? Doesn't that just make you want to go buy that watch?

An advertisement by Jung von Matt/Alster for watchmaker IWC. Bus straps have been fashioned from images of IWC’s Big Pilot’s Watch to allow bus travellers near the airport to try before they buy at Berlin, Germany. 16 more advertisements after the jump.

Twoseconds to spot are two seconds too late. The support centers union for victims of sexual assault in Israel.

Serious advertising

The support centers union for victims of sexual assault in Israel: Two Seconds to Spot Advertising Agency : Mccann Erckson, Tel Aviv, Israel Graphic Designer : Yan Fedoroff

People in Need Ad Campaign

Check out this satirical advertising campaign for the Charity Cordaid. The items are not for sale. The purpose of the advert is to highlight the difference between how consumers in the Western World look at material products. Oh the shame of it.

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