** How to use colors in web design: **

Narrow the screen elements into groups: you can add a blue background to your navigation bar and white to the rest of your page. This tells visitors that the blue area has different elements and draws their attention.

You can match different groups of items on your screen: If you also want a navigation menu at the bottom of the page, you can use the same blue background. This tells the visitor that both blue areas of the screen have the same information.

Highlighted Information: To highlight a line of text, you can use text in different colors instead of normal text or use a background for that line of text.

It looks better: Hex color picker from image are always associated with our mood and perception. We always feel the colors. Colored objects attract people's attention.

** Should you always use safe colors on the Internet? **

No ... unless your audience relies solely on 256 color screens. Mainly a remote option. You can experiment and enjoy using colors in your web design. The worst thing that will happen is that the colors appear on the nearest color of 256 screens. They don't look exactly the way they look on your screen.

I don't have to tell you that Apple's PowerPoint and Keynote applications are probably your number one presentation tool, but keep in mind that what you see on your computer screen is not necessarily what you want to see in a video or projection screen. Here are some important techniques and tips to consider when creating your presentations for your next meeting, seminar, or special event. Let your assistants get the most out of your hard work.

I have worked on countless programs that have used PowerPoint and Keynote as an important focal point for their sales meetings, awards parties and other events, and I cannot say how many times I have seen attendees struggle to see what they were invited to. Must watch. Why lose your audience in the back of the room if not needed? One or more of them could possibly be your company's next superstar, but they missed their presentation because they simply couldn't see it and decided to play solitaire on their smartphone.

Let's add another layer to the need to get the attention of your front row to back row assistants. With a phone or laptop, a wireless connection and some social networks within reach of the participants, they can publish in real time how boring your presentation is. Not good. You can avoid much of this by following these guidelines when creating your program for a projection screen anywhere or meeting space. You may have heard the phrase, "Presentation is everything." Never take this sentence for granted.

* Let's start with font/dot size.

Here is a quick test that you can try right now. Enter a sentence in your document in 6 different dot sizes ** (10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20). Then just walk 4 feet back from your monitor or laptop screen. Without strenuous or crooked, what is the smallest dot size that is easier or more comfortable to read? I take a picture and say you chose a point size of 14 or 16. Keep the font size of 14 or more and you will be with the money every time. Also, if you cannot see your text content at this distance, your audience or participants will not be able to see it on a projection screen, regardless of screen size. We call this the 4-foot rule. It's a good idea to have satellite plasma screens in unusually large places, but you really want to keep your guests focused on the action on your stage.

Understanding the negative space

For many years I have had conversations with event planners who need a solution to make architecturally occupied spaces of meetings or thematic environments disappear and transform gigantic and frightening spaces into intimate environments using lighting. Understanding the concept of negative space is key, and the same goes for your screen presentations. Direct the eyes of your viewers where you want them. White backgrounds with black text are not recommended. The empty space dominates your text. You want your presentation to be dynamic. You want to keep viewers aware. Use dark backgrounds with high contrast text, place frames around your photos, and don't create your slides. An image with a single line of text or a handful of balls is the most effective use of your slideshow. Attract viewers to the exact content you want them to watch without distractions.

Author's Bio: 

For many years I have had conversations with event planners who need a solution to make architecturally.