What does signing in blue ink mean?
“If you’re applying for a credit card in person, your bank may ask you to sign the application in blue ink.” That’s because blue ink is harder to reproduce and easier to spot on paper that’s typically filled with lots of black (fine) print.
What color ink helps with memory?
RED helps learners remember facts and figures.
Why do people like blue ink?
Most commonly, either blue or black ink is used for signing documents. While both are acceptable, many people consider blue the optimal choice. The reasoning behind this is that the color will stand out among the walls of black text on the document while still being dark enough to read.