• Richard Baker, over 1 year ago

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  • Mark Vogelaar, over 1 year ago

    Some questions/remarks about this first paragraph:

    "The use of contrasting colors can always do wonders for your website. Most website developers have adopted this strategy to attract significant customers. The combination of a light or a nude shade paired with a darker one helps in increasing the aesthetics of your website. After all, your website is not just for selling goods and services; they need to look good too.

    Website developers have also considered following a black and white website layout that adds a vintage touch to the website, thereby attracting sufficient customers. Adding a grainy touch to your background can also help you reflect the colors better."

    1. Developers picking colors? Is that not a little outdated in 2022 for developers to design as well?

    2. Black and white adds a touch of vintage? Where did you get this from? Black and white gives a very modern feel to a page. Black and white don't achieve a vintage look.

    3. Combining light + nude shade does not increase the aesthetic of a website. Take this website for example, would adding a light/nude shade make it more appealing? Of would turning the blue header bar black make it suddenly vintage?

    4. A grainy touch would help reflect colors better? Where did you get this from?

    5. How will a vintage touch attract more customers? Are you saying every website should be vintage if you want to. attract more customers?

    Disinformation like this is considered fake news as well. Educating new designers like this is not the way to go.

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  • Mark Vogelaar, over 1 year ago

    Blogposts like these require images I think.

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