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55 Inspiring Examples of Gradients in Web Design

By / Apr 5, 2010 / Inspiration

In a ‘non orthodox’ way (informal way) I would say that gradients are a mix of color’s shades… you can use the same color in many shades, many shades of many colors or several other combinations you may think of. The point is that gradients are beautiful and can give your website a very unique style. You can use a cool gradient at the whole website design, or only at the header, footer or just in a couple elements of it, but I’m pretty sure about one thing: combining the right colors and shades will make you a gradient lover!

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50 Yellow Web Designs to Inspire You

By / Mar 15, 2010 / Inspiration

For this week inspirational post about web design I decided to gather some yellow sites for us! Personally, I like yellow in web design. And by that I mean that you can use yellow in the whole website or just in some elements of it – like heather, footer, typography, etc. Sometimes a cool combination between a neutral color and a vibrant one lead to an amazing result, so check out the examples we will show here and start thinking about using yellow for your designs.

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55 Colorful Web Designs to Inspire You

By / Mar 1, 2010 / Inspiration

We already presented here A Showcase of Clean White Web Designs and we also showed 50 Inspiring Dark Web Designs. Now it’s time for a selection of colorful websites!

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100+ Photoshop Actions for Amazing Color Enhancements

By / Dec 7, 2009 / Freebies

Color plays a major role in the story that a photograph has to tell, but sometimes the color that the camera captures isn’t exactly what we have in mind. This is where Photoshop can be a big help, and more specifically Photoshop actions. With the click of a button an action can help us achieve…

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10 Super Useful Tools for Choosing the Right Color Palette

By / May 26, 2009 / Tools

Whether you are designing a clean corporate website or a grunge portfolio site, color is going to play a major role in how the design is perceived by the audience. That’s why it’s important to get the colors right upfront. There are plenty of tools out there made especially for this, but like anything else…