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It's one of the oldest debates in web design and digital marketing: which color should you use for call to action buttons? Plenty of people will tell you that red is the best color because it conveys urgency and evokes excitement , or that green works best because "green means go". So why is this still a debate? The problem is that the data doesn't support the premise that any particular button color is inherently the best option. But the folks at Sentient have seen orange, pink, bright green, and even white outperform red. With all of this conflicting data, it's no wonder Peep Laja and the folks at ConversionXL claim that color makes little difference on its own, and that a color's impact depends on how it affects the visual hierarchy of the page, and that the most effective button is one that "stands out". In neuroscience, visual saliency is the term used to describe how much certain content "stands out" within a scene. Saliency is a complex topic, but here's what you need to know: as a human being, your visual cortex is programmed to look at the most salient objects in a scene. It's not a psychological thing, and it's not influenced much by culture, preferences or demographics. It's the way the human brain is wired based on evolution to make it easier to rapidly detect potential prey, predators, or mates in a cluttered visual world.