For years there has been one constant in color schemes that seems to stay in vogue: the monotone color palette. I want to suggest you have TWO main choices if you like monotone color design: 1. Completely strict monotone... and ... 2. Monotone with an accent color!
You don't always want to shout for attention and scream at the user with your colors. The more muted palettes shown below send a message of class and understated elegance - subliminally even - to the user. What are the considerations of using a muted palette?
Most designers don't start thinking "Hey let's do a yellow site." But maybe they should. There's a reason yellow and yellow-orange are paired with black for highway construction signs and police barriers - they get attention. But is it too much attention? Find out...
Are your speakers CRANKED? They should be because here are 40 of the coolest looking music related web site designs we've seen lately. What's not to like about the active vibrant designs here? Will some of your favorite bands be listed? Find out now >>
22 excellent restaurant web designs that we've curated for you from our collection here at CoolHomepages - take look at this tasty group and find out if you're missing something in your own designs >>
What is hip? It's cool, smart, unique, progressive, up to date, and somewhat anti-establishment. What is ULTRA hip? Take a look at these forward thinking designs to find out >>
How you use fonts within your web design is as important as your layout, or your color scheme. Don't make the mistake newbies make when they forget to properly design their sites with type in mind - here are some good tips to get you started >>
Find out what the experts say are the 113 Most Important Home Page Design Guidelines... and my Number One Guideline - in this must read post.