25 Fantastic Examples of Monochromatic Websites


Who says that a website should be as colorful as a rainbow? This theory doesn’t work every time. If you use a lot of colors in your website, specially the bright ones, then your website will look odd and it will affect its readability. Have you noticed that the worlds most famous social networking website Facebook uses only one color that is navy blue. This is because Facebook concentrates on the readability and doesn’t want people to face troubles.

Choice and usage of colors is a basic element for the success of any design. It creates an atmosphere and sets up the mood of a user. Although, there are plenty of ways to design your website using some minimalist colors, but the best way to design a beautiful, simple and create website is to use monochromatic color scheme.

Monochromatic color scheme is popular because it is one of the simplest and easiest to implement successfully. The reason behind this is that a shade of one color definitely matches with the other shade of that same color.

You have seen a lot of greyscale websites in past but people are starting to implement monochromatic colors in their websites. This is because monochromatic websites have a lot of benefits. Some of them include the advantages include the less distractions and avoidance of the color clashes. With this, a user can focus more on the content.

1. CZK

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2. Jack Torrance Trip

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 3. El Monstruo

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 4. Urban Off

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 5. Home Design Find

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 6. Lipton Green Mint

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 7. Absolute Bica

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 8. Bex Esler

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 9. Bond Cars

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 10. Survey of the States

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 11. Vasona Networks

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 12. Exquirite Forest

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 13. Art of Dying Music

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 14. Jwi Louvres

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 15. Glamour

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 16. Von Dutch

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 17. Warface

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 18. Casey Britt

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 19. Book of Beards

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 20. Everything Design

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 21. Tokio Lab

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 22. The Pent House Project

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 23. Ascension Latorre

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 24. McCormack Morrison

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 25. Styiens

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Arfa is a freelance writer. Her interests include technology, social networking, music, and design and she likes to cover stories related to them.

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