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What website do you wish you had designed and why?

Alex Christie

30 January 2009

Colour

Having read through some of the ‘The best websites in the world
ever….‘ some sites I admire are already covered; The BBC for cutting edge
design that is always fully compliant, Google maps for being so technically
mind-blowing and, as Lavelle, I too am a big fan of Webdesignerwall.com as a
source of site design inspiration.

As these have all been explored I am going for kuler.com from Adobe.

Kuler is a site of pure simplicity in design and function and has only
one main function. If it’s colour stimulation you’re looking for then here’s
the place.

This great little tool is a great source of inspiration and has dug me
out of a fair few moments of creative blankness!

I admire the fact that Adobe have put out a free resource for all, and
created a space for people to get excited by colour. Ultimately, it is rather
clever brand/product placement by Adobe, so in that, we’re all winners!

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