Web design application color schemes

Web page always has a certain internal relations in a variety of colors, forming a complete unified whole, forming the screen color general trend, referred to as tone. Can also be interpreted as color. Color gives the impression and atmosphere, is the color match determinants of Visual effects.

In order to make the overall picture of a stable sense of the page, in order to fully grasp its rules to better analysis, we divided into the following primary and secondary Visual role concept, so that when Web design a color scheme more easily manipulated the initiative.

  (A) main color
Main page color hue, general trends, other color schemes cannot be more than the Visual area of the main tone. (White background is not necessarily based on size, based on the page feel the need.

(B) the auxiliary tones
Only with the main colors of the Visual area of the secondary colors, is set off the main colors, supports color, plays a fusion of color effect of secondary hues.

(C) the finishing touch
Intense color in the small point to highlight the theme effects, makes the page more vivid.

(D) background color
Set off by a whole tone, coordination, control the overall role.

→ Color chart of the Web page: http://www.robinssondivision.com

This part of the section:
Color roles are based mainly on the area of a page number to distinguish between primary and secondary, and reach the ultimate goal.

When using different colors of size, this page is likely to show a feeling of dull and monotonous, without details of the change. When a page uses color, size too much with too little, easy to write this page, the main points and there is no overall feel.

When designing color schemes for your page, should be based on topics the main need, each color has its own character-an area of up to, at least, not more not less, plus the moderate arrangement of heating and cooling, purity, reasonable change in brightness, follow this principle, Web color scheme can be handy.

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