What color is your website?

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What color is your website?

The psychology behind colors can make or break your website.

Did you know that color-related values ​​can have a significant impact on your website? But did you know that you can change visitor experience, feel and movement by using different colors on your website?

When some professional web designers design websites for their clients, they don’t realize the impact a single color can have on their projects. Color descriptions essentially convey the first message of your website to your visitors. You don’t have to be an expert to understand why, because the first thing visitors (visitors) see is the color of your website!

I surveyed a hundred visitors to assess their patience when submitting a web page. I tested the black page first and the average wait time was 2.47 seconds. I then tried it on a white page and the average wait time for the site to load increased to 4.89 seconds.

The reason is only fear. People are afraid of black and darkness and feel weak when they see a black page. I won’t go into detail about this topic in this article, but if you want to learn more, you can always visit our website at websitedevelopmenttech.com and learn more about color psychology.