Color is an important aspect of web design. Good web designers choose color carefully to serve a purpose. Sometimes that purpose is to be bold and get people’s attention, and red happens to be an excellent “attention” color. Red is a very powerful color depicting strong emotions and it can definitely grab the desired attention.


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Personal websites have become progressively popular. They may be used effectively for promotion, job searches or personal branding. These personal websites can often serve as a creative outlet and allow the site owner more freedom than they would have with a website that is tied to their business. Personal websites also permit the owner to alter directions easily if their interests or purpose for that site changes sooner or later later on.


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Time for some seasonal web design inspiration! I thought it would be nice for this week’s web design showcase to appreciate some designs that are based on snowy winter scenes. Many of these sites actually look the same all year round, but now is the time their themes are most relevant, especially those from the winter sports industry.
In this post we show you 21 snowy website designs. We hope these can inspire the designer within you to create your own works of winter web design.


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In today’s marketplace, every company needs an effective website. A corporate website needs to capture the feel of the company and its purpose, in order to attain a solid and lasting impression to its customers. Of course, the purposes and needs of each company’s site will be unique, but every company should have a site that presents a professional image to visitors.


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In this post we show you  23 impressive online portfolio and resume websites from all over the internet. All of them are easy to use, user-friendly, and vivid. Whether you are looking for inspiration to put to use in the design of your own portfolio site, or just want to browse some excellent websites, you’ll find something to like in this collection.


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