Website Colors

Did you know color plays a big part in our lives?  The right color can put you in the mood to shop, sleep, rest and/or get active.

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Website Colors

Does the color scheme of your website make a difference?  What colors represent you in your office, shop or organization?

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Your Customers

Your clientele is what matters the most...right?  Our customers is what keeps us in business.  Are you Listening??



Company Colors/Website Colors:

Since the Internet came into existence, people and webmasters alike have played with the large variations of color.  It's wonderful when it works!  Too often if your site isn't working for you, perspective customers are not willing to tell you they disliked your site and why...they just leave.

When choosing a color scheme for your business (which also includes your website) you have to think about what is pleasing to the eye & the emotions that can be tied to that color.

The biggest problem I have with some clients is making them realize their site is not for them, it's for their clients/customers.

Here are some things to consider:

  • If you already have a business, you probably have business cards.  What do people say about your business cards when you pass them out?
  • If you already have a store, shop, establishment - a brick and mortal place for your customers, have they commented on your decorations?  Your colors?  How they "feel" when they arrive?
  • Studies show which colors are best for each room of your home.  Have you considered taking these colors one step further for your business?
  • Think about how you feel when you see certain colors.

Apply pleasing colors to make your customers feel at home in your shop or on your website.

The color of your website can either draw people in or throw them out.

If your site is to sell - does the color distract from what you're selling?

The color of your website should be the "background" effect.  What you have to offer should always be your strong suit.

Remember:  Always put your best foot forward!




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