Split Color Schemes

Split Color Schemes

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Split Color Schemes

The split color scheme is something we use on occasion in our work. I usually find it best used in the backgrounds of photos, as you can really see what I'm talking about. Sometimes it's fun to play with colors and then blend them together, but sometimes it just needs to be applied at a glance to show what color you're showing off. A quick look around the Internet for examples of split color schemes will show you where I stand on this issue.

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Split color schemes are used for almost everything and can come in many forms. They can be applied to text on your website, in blog posts and articles, and as part of your layout. This type of color scheme is used in many applications and should really help to show off your creativity. A split color scheme can be applied to almost any subject matter. Here are a few examples of how you can use split color schemes on the web.

You can apply a split color scheme to just about any photo, which gives you the opportunity to show off some really unique artwork. Many times people will ask to see a photo in color and when they get the chance they will want to see what the colors are that have been applied in it. They will be surprised to see that there is a split color scheme in place that they can actually spot.

A split color scheme can also be used in your header, footer, sidebar, or even to display a particular image in a gallery. A nice way to do this is to mix up a few color palettes to show off what is being displayed on your site. You can mix and match several different colors or simply use a single color for every item on your website. A great example is when you have a small article box and one of your sidebar buttons has a bright color background, another section of your sidebar button with a different background is a nice option to use.

You can use a split color scheme as part of your logo design as well. One popular way to do this is to place a different color scheme within the same logo. For example, you can use the same logo, a different split color scheme, and then use it as part of your header. Another option you have is to put a combination of two different logos side by side to create an interesting and unique look. You can even use your logo on your own site and add a unique spin to it, using the split color scheme as a way to show the difference.

It's always a good idea to have a look around online and see some examples of split color schemes and then decide which one you like the best. The easiest way to apply split colors is to just use what you have. If you don't have anything to use then just leave it out and you should be fine. If however, you do have some artwork that you would like to use you can always create a new color scheme and use that as a base to build upon.

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