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Your struggles as a programmer?

What do you struggle the most while programming? mine is choosing the right colors for the designing part. i can never pick a professional color. it always looks ugly. ☹

1st Apr 2017, 7:10 AM
theBlueGHOST - avatar
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On Subject of website colors I use this website maybe you guys will find it useful....👍 Here's the link: http://www.colourlovers.com
1st Apr 2017, 8:35 AM
Cory Gutierrez🔹
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or colors in design...?
1st Apr 2017, 7:49 AM
Cory Gutierrez🔹
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@Nathaniel W. This is not my question, I was trying to help....👍
1st Apr 2017, 8:30 AM
Cory Gutierrez🔹
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Just select 3 or 4 colors and use different shades of those colors in your whole website. I have also learnt good color picking tricks from the internet. And always select those colors which doesn't hurt your eyes. Let's say about my struggles. Mostly I have made Windows apps and there is always a problem called "tring to access from different thread". This is so dangerous problem. Making safe threading is very difficult and I didn't knew much about multi threading. Now after searching so much document about multi threading I have finally overcome this problem too. Hooo, What a relief!!!
1st Apr 2017, 8:20 AM
Cyrus Ornob Corraya
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Cory, I am sure it's not ugly. When choosing colors for a professional design, choose modest colors. For instance, you can never go wrong with a white background. Body text colors should be black. I match my link colors with other design colors. Special notes, and text that are not a part of the bodies text. Light blues, a hint of light red, and light green are comfortable colors. Even a reddish orange to accent the page. Bold colors stick out, but they have their platform too. My suggestion to you is to choose softer colors, and utilize a similar color patter. I would also research soft color patterns to get you started. I hope this helps.
1st Apr 2017, 8:25 AM
Nathaniel Warren
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