Basics Color Theory (52 materials)
Color theory tutorials cover the aesthetics as well as the visual impact of color combinations in web design. Learn to use colors based on their emotional message. Smart use of appropriate colors can make a site not only look professional, but also be easier to navigate and apprehend. Not to mention, color scheme of a site defines the first impression and has a great impact on a leave/stay factor.
Human beings make decisions based on their senses all the time, especially when it comes to online purchases. Of those senses, sight is the biggest decision maker for most. For that reason, the colors you choose for your website design can have the most impact on turning your website visitors into customers.
Websites are obviously an extremely visual way of communicating with people, and color plays a very large part in that communication process. The guide we've put together here will lead you on a journey of discovery through color, and what it means for your web design efforts. Enjoy!
You wouldn't be interested in website design if you're not curious as to why and how certain colors are used for a particular website template. So let's take a close look at the use of black in web design.
Design is all about colors. Seemingly, it's very easy to choose colors that go well together. However, after a while you get stuck and it becomes so difficult to find a color that matches the other colors you have so carefully picked. In such cases color tools are of great help.
There are many elements which professionals and individuals can apply to create impressive logo designs. Some of these include shape, color, message, simplicity, and versatility.
If you're going to be a professional in any of the creative/artistic fields, you have to understand color. We've been dealing a bit with Color Theory on our site, but now we're going to dive into something equally important - Color Psychology.