Whether it is the new season, other websites, print advertisements our team of web designers get inspiration from everywhere! The first day of summer is just around the corner and the weather in Niceville, Florida is causing everyone to head out to the beach.
Imagine a website with a palette of colors filled with cream, emerald-green, navy, peach and coral. Now imagine a website of primary blue, red, black and white. The beach-themed palette would be perfect for a coastal business, vacation property, or community. Meanwhile, the primary color palette website would be perfect for a corporate business.
Consumers want a great web experience and something that is eye-catching if they are going to spend money. You want to make them feel positive about spending money and not making them feel disappointed in the process of purchasing a product or service.
This is where the all the colors and the liveliness come into play on your website. When a user comes to your website for the first time, they want to be impressed with how your website looks and functions. You want the site to pop out and be remembered and never forgotten. Let’s take a car for example driving down the car. You see 2 cars driving, one is dusty and black and the other is red, sleek and shiny. You will be drawn more than likely to the red car first because it’s brighter and not a dark color like black. That’s how you would want your website.
It is important your website is attractive to the eyes. Instead of making a website just black and white, use a color palette that works with your industry or business. The website should have inspiration and character if you want to attract the users to your site.