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Web Graphics for Non-Designers, Chapter 2: Using Color

Best Practice

The palette and techniques you use are dependent on your audience and the assumptions you make about them. You have a number of options:

For most designs, using the restrictive 22-color palette will not be an option. With that in mind, the most sensible action would be a combination of the remaining techniques.

Of course, regardless of the method you use you should always test your design on as many platforms, browsers, and color depths as you can. There may be valuable sacrifices you can make with your layout to remove seams and dithering.


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Created: December 16, 2002
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