It doesn’t really matter how you make websites. If you make a lot of websites, picking new colour themes can become difficult. Also, not everyone has an eye for colour and they pick elemental schemes that clash. So, if you’re planning a new website design or remodeling an old website – then I suggest you have a look at Color Scheme Designer 3.
As you move the basic colour selection on the wheel to the left with your mouse, there is a template of complimenting colours displayed on the right. Clicking the options above the wheel, you can change to complexity of colours to the right.
Colors in the templates can be surprising. Often, we’ll be asked to make a new accommodation website that has some color element that we want to emphasize – perhaps a logo or something from a picture that we want to make standout. This Color Scheme website gives you a great starting point to explore color options.
Preview Colors Before You Change Your Website’s Design
When it comes time to implement colours into your CSS, getting to color codes is really simple. Just hover your mouse over the color template and you’ll see RGB hex codes displayed. Then, whether you’re using a template builder like Artisteer, or tweaking colors in the style.css files – entering the color codes is super easy.