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Anatomy of Colors: Using Orange in Web Design | Crazy Pixels

Anatomy of Colors: Using Orange in Web Design | Crazy Pixels | How to improve your website | Scoop.it
Today I’d like to tell you about orange color websites. Lots of people say that orange can look sticky and cheap as it’s known to be a polarizing color.

 

Continuing our series of articles on the anatomy of colors, today I’d like to tell you about orange. Lots of people say that orange can look sticky and cheap as it’s known to be a polarizing color. It seems like a fair assessment, remembering the orange color of price stickers, prison uniforms and traffic cones. But the correct using of orange color in web design can give you a range of advantages. Depending on the applying it, orange can cause associations with autumn, flickering fire, and certainly, fruit itself. It all depends on why and how you apply it....

 

[Fresh design ideas and inspiration ~ Jeff]


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Anatomy of Colors: Using Orange in Web Design | Crazy Pixels

Anatomy of Colors: Using Orange in Web Design | Crazy Pixels | How to improve your website | Scoop.it
Today I’d like to tell you about orange color websites. Lots of people say that orange can look sticky and cheap as it’s known to be a polarizing color.

 

Continuing our series of articles on the anatomy of colors, today I’d like to tell you about orange. Lots of people say that orange can look sticky and cheap as it’s known to be a polarizing color. It seems like a fair assessment, remembering the orange color of price stickers, prison uniforms and traffic cones. But the correct using of orange color in web design can give you a range of advantages. Depending on the applying it, orange can cause associations with autumn, flickering fire, and certainly, fruit itself. It all depends on why and how you apply it....

 

[Fresh design ideas and inspiration ~ Jeff]


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Is Content King? Thomson Reuters Editor And Taboola CEO Say -- "Maybe"

Is Content King? Thomson Reuters Editor And Taboola CEO Say -- "Maybe" | How to improve your website | Scoop.it
Imagine you knew you could write the best article of your life, but no one would ever read it. Would you bother?

 

I asked Dan Colarusso, Global Head of Programming of Thomson Reuters, this question over breakfast in New York’s West Village a week ago. If there’s anyone who understands content, it’s Dan – given his background in infusing content with passion for companies such as Bloomberg, CNBC, New York Post, as well as a host of others.


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SEO FAQ's Guide | Wigisocial

SEO FAQ's Guide | Wigisocial | How to improve your website | Scoop.it

Here is a great infographic on keyword research, site architecture and structure, page optimisation for SEO, link building, SEO tactics, linkbaiting and social media.

 

This guide will help you find areas for improvements in your SEO techniques, and most certainly will offer insight on if you are on the right track or not with your websites SEO.

 

[Recommendeded SEO reading ~ Jeff]


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NatGeo on Instagram

NatGeo on Instagram | How to improve your website | Scoop.it

I'm not a photographer, so Instagram isn't one on of my preferred social media platforms.  However, since National Geographic is world renowned for their images, this is a perfect outlet to share more images that wouldn't fit into their articles or other collections.  According to their Social Media expert, this foggy image of NYC is their most viewed image on Instagram. 


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