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This is the third article of our series, Anatomy of Colors in Web Design. Over the next few months, we’ll continue to cover a spectrum of colors. And one color at a time, we will be featuring web design from around the world. If you have missed past articles in the series, you may want to catch up and read our articles on the colors Green and Blue. Today’s article will explore the use of the color yellow in Web design. Please remember to continue watching this space, as we take a closer look at other colors in upcoming months.
Color is everywhere! Although it wasn’t too long ago that we lived in the era of black and white television and film, color has always and will continue to play an important role in our lives. The color yellow is most commonly associated with our sun. It’s bright, striking and sometimes overpowering rays is a symbol of our earth’s humble beginning. With this article, we take a look at the impact the color yellow has made in our lives.
Some painters transform the sun into a yellow spot; others transform a yellow spot into the sun. – Pablo Picasso