About our Cyan Web Design Inspirations
Opting for a modern and unique cyan website design can help you achieve a lot of objectives, but first and foremost you’ll be able to grab and keep hold of your visitors’ attention quickly. Such is the bright nature of cyan that you’ll be able to illicit positive emotions and enthusiasm from the moment a visitor lands on your website, while at the same time keeping them engaged and wanting to know more about what you do.
Why choose a cyan website design?
There are several reasons why a cyan website design might work for your business.
First and foremost is that it’s something different! While looking at a chart of different shades of cyan your first thought might be of children’s cartoons! However, there’s nothing wrong with being creative and playful in the colors you use on your website. Why not opt for something that many other businesses haven’t been brave enough to try?
It also pretty much goes without saying that cyan will work as an attention grabbing color, ideal for conveying positivity and enthusiasm. At the same time, opting for darker shades of cyan can help you create a serious, professional feeling website.
You might even decide to combine different shades of cyan across your website to give yourself a website that looks great, gives users what they want and is on trend.
What emotions will a cyan website design provoke?
It really depends on the direction you take with a cyan website overall. For example, if you opt for lighter and brighter shades of cyan, you will create energy and enthusiasm in your visitors.
In contrast, if you opt for deeper shades of cyan, you’ll instil feelings of thoughtfulness, confidence, and trust in your visitors.
As you can use cyan to create such a range of emotions, it’s a great color to use whether you’re creating a website for your design agency, selling a product, or simply creating an informational page about a product, service, or specific subject.
What colors match up well with cyan?
The best thing to generate contrasts with cyan is to use different shades of cyan next to each other. If you want to move slightly away from cyan, you’ll benefit most from using colors that are similar to cyan, such as blues and greens.
Opting to combine other bright colors with cyan, such as yellow and purple, is often unwise, unless you’re creating a website specifically targeting children or selling children’s products. However, such a combination of features can often be “too much” for adults to spend too long looking at!
White can work well with cyan, especially if you opt for a simple “two color” design that utilizes these colors and nothing else.
Should I use different shades of cyan in my design?
Definitely! You don’t even need to change the shades of cyan you’re using too much in order to create clear contrasts, and you can use them with the confidence that your website will look amazing and provide an incredible user experience to your visitors.