blog.pucp.edu.pe/blog/creatividad by Pedro Reyes: Yellow is the most fatiguing colour for the eye. You should never use it as a background colour. Yellow works best to highlight things and as a companion to cool colours such as blue and grey.
www.zumbainthelowcountry.com by Z4 Fitness Studio LLC: This is what happens when you use too many colours on your website. Don’t use more than 3 colours and be careful when using a black background. It’s not ideal for websites with lot of reading content.
www.bbverwaaijen.com by Bed & Breakfast Verwaaijen: A very nice B&B in Eindhoven, but the dark background and the pale colours in the navigations give this website a grungy look. It’s not very inviting due to the choice of dark, dull colours. If you use a dark background use inviting lighter colours such as red, blue and green to set colourful contrasts.
www.bedandbreakfastjuliana.nl by Bed & Breakfast Juliana: Also a B&B in Eindhoven, but this website is much more inviting, due to its white background, the handwritten logo and the header image.
by Warren Evans: This company, which sells handmade wooden beds and wood bedroom furniture, could have used a little bit of brown in the header, navigation or footer to create a more natural look
www.mennonitefurnitureplus.com by Mennonite Furniture Plus: He did it right. This website uses a brown background for the navigation and the elements in the right scan column. It has a natural look and site visitors instantly know that they are on a furniture specialist’s website.
www.bradtrwandaupdate.wordpress.com by Bradt’s Rwanda Guide: This website offers travel news about the national parks in Rwanda. The dirty and grungy-looking design isn‘t suitable for a website with a nature-oriented topic.
www.ugandansafaris.com by Adventure Trails: This website looks much more natural and inviting due to its images and the use of green and brown.