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Web Safe Colors Reference Guide for Web Designers

Posted · Category: Color Schemes

There are still a lot of web developers that like to design with a simple palette – the hex values are easy to memorize and the palette is still large enough for typical stuff like link colors and borders. Web Safe Colors was created for those who like to keep things simple.

A lot of web designers still use web safe colors in their designs so here is a little responsive website as a visual and quick reference guide. It’s great cause you can have it open on your tablet or mobile device while you design.

web-safe-colors

Requirements: -
Demo: http://websafecolors.info/
License: License Free

4 Comments
  • WPCanvas

    Now this is something quite informative was looking for such post. Insight information for Web designers and developers. Kudos for such research!

  • Chris How

    ‘Web safe’ colors? Only if designing for 256 color screens!

    These should really be called “time traveler from the mid-1990′s safe colors”.

    ;-)

  • Chris How

    ‘Web safe’ colors? Only if designing for 256 color screens!

    These should really be called “time traveler from the mid-1990′s safe colors”.

    ;-)

  • http://www.pixelcrayons.com/ PixelCrayons

    Designers must decide the color scheme for a website wisely as the color scheme of the website plays a major part in making or breaking of a website. You may have the best content possible on your website, may provide the most lucrative product or services, but if the color scheme is not inviting enough, you may better bid adieus to your aspirations for online business success.

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