I sense a paradigm shift in the color schemes for Web 2.0. The Great Changeover is a prime example of this. I'm not sure I'm onboard with this new paradigm; I like the muted colors mo' bettuh. What say you all?

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AArtaud said, (34 days ago)

There was another example of a changed color scheme, but I forget where I saw it.

I suppose as themes have become more prevalent this is less important.

Still, I see a trend.

ashok said, (34 days ago)

I'm staying quiet about the colors. But my blog uses a very different color scheme.

AArtaud said, (34 days ago)

It's not a criticism, more of an observation. I believe Mr. Brown is working towards us being able to apply our own wallpaper. That should cut the pink some.

That sounds naughty, cutting the pink.

retro.joe said, (34 days ago)

I agree. As well, should web 2.0 concepts allow for user customization. I want my own color schemes.

As I previously exclaimed re: the changeover "Holy Neon Pastel!"

-j. said, (34 days ago)

CHANGE BAD.

the way i get by said, (34 days ago)

i already asked ben about custom colours and he said YES

YOU BETTER DELIVER MR. BROWN!

AArtaud said, (34 days ago)

It's bourghetto (bourgeois ghetto), baby!

It's funny, seriously, how trends start. I wish I had noted the website that was all up in my grill, sayin', 'Hey, so much for soft-cornered icons and SWPL color schemes, esse!'

lord doggington said, (34 days ago)

iv'e noticed that the white gaps between the tan-ish posts creates an optical illusion of a tan bar extending to the right side of the screen when i'm tired.

le_sacre said, (34 days ago)

GTI is one of many sites i navigate to using the browser i've set up to enforce my own color schemes (black background, white text).

AArtaud said, (34 days ago)

Oh, it was the new color scheme for okCupid. Harsh blue.

I postulate that it's Depression 2.0 that is harshing up the colors.

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