SEARCH
  Search

Search Results in category “Color Theory”

Learn everything about the basics of colors and use of colors!
Let's proceed to the color adjustments. To work with color efficiently you have to understand the foundations of the color separation. If you know this theory, feel free to skip this page. If you don't, please read this at least once.
The 12 part colour wheel below is based on the three primary colours ( Red, Yellow and Blue ) placed evenly around a circle. Between the three primaries are the secondary colours (Green, Orange and Violet) which are mixtures of the two primaries they sit between...
Referred to as the X11 Colour Names this Colour Naming convention was originally rejected by the W3C and may not be recognized by many browsers. Therefore I advise you not to use them, instead the HEX and RGB equivalents are included...
Web Safe A web safe colour is one that will display correctly on any screen, irrespective of the operating system or graphics card. There are only 216 web safe colours. You can use other colours, but you cannot be sure they will display correctly. A general rule of thumb is: if possible use a...
Achromatic schemes are made up of Black and Whites and the various range of neutral grays they produce. You can give achromatics a temperature by adding a small touch of another color...
People love stories. This must have originated from the time when getting tucked up in bed means a story afterwards. Fairy tales are colorful stories with colorful endings. Then came those fiction books with twists and turns and sometimes not so colorful endings...
Lots of people struggle to come up with attractive color combinations when designing logos, banners or web sites. So, here's an easy technique that only takes a few minutes...
When designing a website choose colors wisely. Remember, colors convey emotions and emotions can heavily influence your decision-making process. Your choice of colors for your website should mirror the message and/or feeling you to hope to communicate to the viewer. Let's take a look at some colors...
Before you start designing, have in mind a rough color scheme that you would like to apply to your web site. It seems to me there are 3 categories, or distinct styles, of coloring being applied to web pages:...