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Chapter 22. Designing Graphics with the ... > Designing with Web-Safe Colors

22.1. Designing with Web-Safe Colors

If you are creating graphics from scratch, especially graphics such as logos or simple illustrations that contain areas of flat color, you can use web palette colors right from the start. In this way, you can be certain that your graphics will look the same for all users. Figure 22-1 shows how dithering could have been avoided if the image had used colors from the web-safe palette. Remember, it's the flat color areas where using web-safe colors makes the most difference.

Figure 22-1. Designing with web-safe colors prevents dithering



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