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Colors are powerful, and create strong feelings. They can also make your web site look professional – or look like a circus. Here are some powerful tips you should use every time you create a web site...
One of the important elements in making your web presence entails not only having a well-designed website. Your logo should be installed in your website before your start launching and broadcasting about your web site's existence in the wide, wide world of the Web.
Colour is one of the designer's best tools. There are lots of ways to use it to help communicate a message. Colour can carry meaning, express personality, differentiate, frame, and highlight content...
For one to be able to stand out from the rest, one needs to go out of the box, break the rules, and some other clichés that apply to breaking out from the traditional. But before breaking any rule, you have to understand first the basic and foundation of the rule itself...
Colors convey character, emotion and intention. You are what colors you choose. Thus, your choice of colors should reflect the message or feeling you to hope to convey to the viewer...
Persons engaged in website design, here’s a scoop for you! Would you just like to know that by understanding the basics of cognitive psychology around color and patterns, we could further improve our Web design!
Any design on a web application involves the effective input of color scheme in order to impress web surfers, instill a certain image or identity associated with the kind of web site it represents, and add impact to the web pages...
Here a table of Web-safe colors is shown with their HTML signatures. There are altogether 216 colors (Cube 6x6x6), the classification is implemented in colors...
Editor's Pick in Color Theory
Are you using the best colors for your web site? Many web designers often overlook the issues of color in web design.
Editor's Pick in Color Theory
When selecting colors, you must choose something that’s psychologically and ergonomically correct, not simply aesthetically pleasing.