If you're seeking to revamp your website, the first thing you'll probably do is source inspiration from other sites. Not necessarily copy how these sites have been put together, just ideas for navigation, structure, colour schemes and more. Working with colours isn't always easy as you need to build a web-friendly palette which will be limited to a range of colours that have to apply to the background, buttons and more. The first thing you should do is source colours from elsewhere, for inspiration, including making sure you have key colours from your logo, stationary and other sources.
ColorCache 4 is a commercial tool that you can use to source and store colours from different areas. You can skim around websites sourcing and storing colours or from your desktop. You can then build a portfolio and mix and match colours unti you have a palette you require for your new site or illustration.
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