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Q1: I created a wallpaper background and added it to my Web page. But I can't read the text that's over it very well, no matter how many times I change the text color.
A1: One of the major problems with backgrounds is that if you're not careful, they will interfere with rather than enhance your design. Try adjusting the opacity or brightness of the wallpaper image. By making it lighter (or darker), you may well be able to find better contrast for your text.
Q2:A client gave me a logo with colors standardized for their identity package. Can I match these in the Web-safe palette?
A2: Color for print and color for the computer screen differ. The best you can do is match a color as closely as possible. You can also choose not to use Web-safe colors if the safety palette is too limited.
Q3:Do all spot art graphics require a treatment?
A3: Not at all! My advice is to look at the entire design and see how the design is best served. Keeping things simple and clean is always a good choice for most personal and commercial sites. You can't go wrong with that approach. The more experienced you get with both tools and design concepts, the more room you'll have to get experimental.


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