Creating colour tints and shades for websites

web shades

What do you do when you have more colours required than you have brand colour available? This quite often happens when you have to show a chart and you are using colours to differentiate between segments. The answer is to use tints or shades of those brand colours. In this article I will show examples of applying tints and shades using RGB (Red, Green and Blue) colours as that is most commonly used on websites. I’ll write more about colours in the future. For now, I just want to cover something practical as I was asked about a variation of this recently. Also, you should note that I have used

Taking the internet to smaller places

Sony Smart Watch

Many companies procrastinate when it comes to moving their information and services to a mobile audience. Mobile is not going away, it’s getting even more important especially as the internet is now being accessed more by mobile devices than by desktops. Taking the internet and apps to smaller places has been gaining momentum over the past several years and I can’t see that trend stopping anytime soon. In the past, if people wanted to be mobile they would carry around a laptop, then Apple made tablets and smart phones fashionable bringing the internet to a whole different section of the population. Other companies attempted both before but Apple were the