As all Web designers know, colour is a crucial ingredient in any website. From the very basic level of attracting potential "surfers" to stop and take a thorough look at the site, to the more complex navigational requirements of layered information, colour use can make or break a website. This book examines in depth the differences in value between colour on screen and on printed material. Through outstanding examples of good colour use in websites - both high and low budget - this book provides the reader with an insight into what's current, as well as looking to the future. Written with students and practising designers in mind, this should prove a useful reference tool for those who commision Web design.