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sundancer

Eskimo_Kissez
This is my logo!!! What do you think of the colors?

jennamclucas

That's great!

Here's my palette.
Sugar Face

My logo


It would be fantastic to see more business palettes and logos here! ;)

wbaggia

Here is our business colours!



Our Website

Trueflight

Based on my website's current color scheme:
Cupcake
Team

COLOURlover

Fun thread... This would be mine ;)

COLOURlovers

sundancer

COLOURlover wrote:
Fun thread... This would be mine ;)

COLOURlovers src=http://www.colourlovers.com/images/badges/p/59/59010_COLOURlovers.png


LOL COLOURlover, is this really a business? Do you make money off of it? How do you keep it going?

zimzala

Believe it or not (being on this site) I'm really struggling to find the right colour palette for my business... problem is I love so many styles and flavours of colours I can't commit! (Maybe i should just do a Google and change it every month :P)..

So many people are doing green these days, so that's out at least. Red tones are always safe, but i want something strong, funky and creative and entertaining... arch! Colour-block!

kriskropd

zimzala wrote:
Believe it or not (being on this site) I'm really struggling to find the right colour palette for my business... problem is I love so many styles and flavours of colours I can't commit! (Maybe i should just do a Google and change it every month :P)..

So many people are doing green these days, so that's out at least. Red tones are always safe, but i want something strong, funky and creative and entertaining... arch! Colour-block!


Orange is kind of funky and if contrasted right can appear pretty strong. Like green, it matches pretty well with neutrals if you balance it appropriately. Yellow also has the same kind of of cautionary kick that red has. However, unlike red, yellow I think only works with black and dark neutrals as it tends to blend in with lighter neutrals.

That's my opinion though, I'm no self proclaimed colour expert :) and I'm not taking into account the offset produced by color blindness (which could be detrimental to your design if you don't color-pick accordingly) as the range i mentioned is associated with most common types of color-blindess.

zimzala

I'm thinking along these lines - comments and critique always welcome!

Zimzala1

kriskropd

zimzala wrote:
I'm thinking along these lines - comments and critique always welcome!

Zimzala1


I like it :O
I also liked on your color variant image these two matches by themselves #EB6027 and #736357 (the brown and orange palette on far right). However, I realize you have to incorporate contrast, so the darker and more saturated colors you chose seem like a good choice to me.

zimzala

Yeah I'm thinking the more saturated brown in my colour variant would be better.

zimzala

We're liking this better than #1 now
Zimzala_-2

blkscubadiva

It works. great site
wbaggia wrote:
Here is our business colours!



Our Website

aqualee

Gonna bring this old thread back to life! :) Here's the color scheme for my website:

Aqua_Lee_colorscheme

il morto

Used this colorscheme for my site --> teephoria
I added one more color, but maQ inspired it!
maQ

princesslulu

Hi everyone. I just joined this morning. Am looking for a color scheme for my website that will advertise English classes for adults. I want something that combines classy colors with a splash of something trendy and forward thinking. Your opinions will be appreciated.
http://www.colourlovers.com/palette/2419934/I_LOVE_waffle
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