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Color Resources: How we create color combinations. Read more »

Color Resources: How we create color combinations.

It’s not easy to create color schemes that work well together and that compliment your corporate logo or marketing material theme.  But there are a few great tools available to make this process easier. VISIBONE is one of the most extensive color resources and they…


5 Color Tips for Your Web Site Read more »

5 Color Tips for Your Web Site

1. Make your links change color when someone has visited them.  It helps people retrace their steps. 2. Print your website on a black and white printer and make sure everything blends nicely and that content is visible on its background. 3. White text on…


Colors: Do the colors you use on your site really matter? Read more »

Colors: Do the colors you use on your site really matter?

Sure, we all have our favorite colors and we naturally associate certain colors with certain things (blue for professionalism, purple for royalty, red and yellow for McDonalds®) but when it comes to your website, how much do the colors you choose really matter?  Quite a…


Recommended Book - Don't Make Me Think! Read more »

Recommended Book – Don’t Make Me Think!

All of the tips, techniques, and examples presented in this book revolve around users being able to surf merrily through a well-designed site with minimal cognitive strain. Readers will quickly come to agree with many of the book’s assumptions, such as “We don’t read pages–we…


Layout: How should your site be laid out? Read more »

Layout: How should your site be laid out?

You wouldn’t build a house without a blueprint, so why would you build your website without first figuring out how everything will fit together? It’s pretty basic really, figure out what you want to show on the page, then put the pieces together in the…


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