Welcome to the world of colors where you're sure to find the perfect color combination for your project. This site was built to help web developers quickly select and test web design colour combinations.
The heart of the site is the Combo Tester, which allows web developers to see how different color combinations work together on the screen.
If you are looking for colorcombo ideas, check out the Combo Library. The library contains hundreds of color swatches, along with their hex colour values.
Or you can use the ComboMaker tool to create and share your own web design colour. You can also use the website color grabbing tool or the search tool to get a quick start.
So grab your favorite cup of java, your comfy chair, and stay a while. You'll be glad you did! We are sure that you will be able to find or create the perfect website color schemes using the tools and ideas from our site. And those of you who don't yet have a site it's a great time to start one. Just get a domain, find a decent web host and you are all set! Find the best web hosting company today.
A variety of things cumulate to make an ecommerce site attractive enough to draw in customers and make them shop. But one factor many ecommerce owners tend to ignore is the power of their website's colour scheme.
How colours are used on your ecommerce website go a long way in convincing visitors to do exactly what you want on the website. The wrong selection of colours can lead to your website being regarded as off-putting or simply boring, while the right combination of colours can make your website the belle of the ball among competing e-retailers. According to Brendan Wilde of Umbrellar, “…what makes a website worth shopping on goes beyond its loading speed, security, or offerings. The website's aesthetics also plays a big part.”
Since your competitors are likely already figuring out ways to use colours to their advantage, you also need to learn how to win over more customers and make your online store first choice with the power of colours.
Before you decide on a colour scheme for your website, you need to first determine who your target market is and understand them. This is because what works for a particular group of shoppers will likely not work for a dissimilar one. For instance, what colour scheme works for women will likely not work for men.
With Halloween right around the corner, it's time to think about the scary colors associated with this very popular seasonal event. Being frightened a bit, but not too much, is part of the fun. However, certain colors have become the traditional spooky color favorites for this night-time celebration.
For example, especially in America, black is the winner as the scariest Halloween color, hands down. It is the color most associated with darkness, devilishness, and the unknown. In Ancient times, Halloween, or All Hallows' Eve, was considered the night when the veil that separated the living from the dead was at its thinnest. Spirits could return to earth, and they were not always well-intentioned.
The fact that this celebration is celebrated at night further links black to the dark and forbidding danger lurking just outside the safety of the cabin's or fire's light. Vampires, creatures of the night, wear black clothing and capes; bats and spiders are black, as are black cats. Witches also dress in dark spooky colors, although more recently, purple has been added to their wardrobe. Purple represents mystery, the supernatural, and the third eye. If you are looking for costumes, except to find black and purple robes, wigs, eye shadow, and lipstick.
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