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    What Does The Different Colors mean in creating a website? What Does The Different Colors mean in creating a website? Presentation Transcript

    • What does the different colors mean in creating a website?
      Victor Lugo-Soto
      3-12-10
    • Color Wheel
      The color wheel is created by all the primary colors,
      Secondary colors, and the tertiary colors as shown
      in this picture.
      On the color wheel, when you mix two of the
      Primary colors, they create one of the secondary
      Colors , and when you mix one primary with a
      Secondary color, you get a tertiary color.
    • Red symbolizes: action, confidence, courage, vitality
      Yellow symbolizes: wisdom, joy, happiness, intellectual energy
      Green symbolizes: life, nature, fertility, well being
      Blue symbolizes: youth, spirituality, truth, peace
      Orange symbolizes: vitality with endurance
      Purple symbolizes: Royalty, magic, mystery
      Whitesymbolizes: Purity, Cleanliness
      Black symbolizes: Death, earth, stability
      Meaning of Each Color
    • Choosing colors for a website is the first thing you do after you have done your research for who you are making the website for. For example, if your company you researched is a water company, the best colors to use for the job would be blue and its tints, and not a color like red.
      Darker colors normally mean that the website is a business website.
      Bright colors normally mean its for children.
      Normal colors could represent either one as long as it matched the targeted audience for the site
      Meaning of colors on a Website
    • In picking out colors for you website or the website of someone else, you must first use one of the five color palettes. Pick no more than 3 colors when creating a website and avoiding mixing colors that don’t complement each other. The five types of palettes are:
      Monochromatic Triads Analogous
      Picking Colors
      Any single color
      Any three colors
      Equally spaced
      Any three colors
      Next to each other
    • Complementary Split-Complementary
      Picking Colors Continued
      Any two colors that
      Are across from
      each other
      Any color matched with its
      complementary two side colors
    • Using different Variations of Color
      Hue of Colors
      Shades of Color
      Hue’s are the brighter side of colors.
      It determines the weakness of intensity of color.
      Shades are the darker side of colors.
      Shades are the tint of a color.
    • The importance of color on a website is very high. Websites colors should match with the meaning of the website and be appealing to the targeted audience.
      Picking out the colors that match the audience will determine if the website is a popular one compared to a less popular one.
      Conclusion