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Design Focus: Minty Fresh

The shades of green in this week’s feature are bright, peppy, and almost too harsh on the eyes, but it seems to be all the rage these days. How does it come into play with these designs? Let’s find out:

Design Focus: Color Changing

Keeping it colorful is a good technique, and sometimes you don’t have to slap on every color in the rainbow to do it. Switching colors adds a lively, dynamic characteristic to your design.

Roses are #FF0000, Violets are #0000FF

On naming and selecting colors for your CSS styles.

Cymbolism: An Interview with Mubashar Iqbal

Cymbolism is a cool new color web service for designers, but with a different take than the usual color schemers out there. It is so cool, we’ve interviewed the creator.

Friday Focus 08/01/08: Flash-Based Sites

It’s August already and we’re kicking off our first Friday Focus of the month with some Flash-based sites.

Break Your Design Mold

It’s easy get caught in the same style as a designer. We get lazy, happy with what we’re doing, satisfied. Those are not necessarily bad things, but they can lead to not pushing the borders, and that means that we won’t evolve as designers. So let’s break that design mold, shall we?

Prepare for the Fall Reboot

With the 2006 Fall CSS Reboot about to get underway in the next couple of weeks, what better way to get your design senses flowing well with the latest season by using this helpful guide. In it we’ll point out some colors and techniques that you can have a much easier time getting away with using different the fall than any other season.