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The collection of stylish gray web designs, both formal and not!

ow users interact with the website greatly depends on the colors you choose for your design. Suitable colors can stimulate users' interest in your website while unsuitable colors can easily suppress their interest whatever the content is.

Web design exploits all the possible colors - some of the colors are used more often and some are less. The color I noticed being used more often recently is gray. Generally, gray is a neutral color, sometimes even considered dull. But it has been reclassified recently and successfully applied in web design.

As a color of formality, gray is often used to sophisticated and classy websites. Gray is not a strong color, and that's why Using shades of gray can add a nice calm feel to the website. Also, gray is a rather balanced color, and therefore is combined easily and successfully with the majority of colors making the website look cool.

Below is the collection of stylish web designs, both formal and not, ranged from dark to light gray.

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Inetys is a design and communications agency near Toulon, France.

 

Krista's Creations is website dedicated to letter art photography by Omaha-based artist named Krista.

 

Michael Austin Productions is an American website & print design studio.

 

Stangursky.com is the online home of a German web designer Stan Gursky.

 

Ricardoarce.com is an online portfolio of a multimedia designer from Costa Rica.

 

Griffinabox is the online space for James Griffiths, a Digital Designer living and working in London.

 

BLK+MTN is a creative media collaborative that specializes in video production, motion graphics, creative and commercial photography, screen printing, etc.

 

COLOURlovers is a resource that monitors and influences color trends.

 

Everson is a new media studio with based in USA and Serbia.

 

Jwhanif.net is apersonal Portfolio of Web Designer Junaid W. Hanif.

 

Tulsa Tough is a three day cycling festival designed to promote fitness and healthy lifestyles in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

 

Kovidesign is a portfolio of young freelance webdesigner Ján Kovács from Slovakia.

 

NoVolume Blogged! is the personal blog of freelance digital designer Dave Ellis.

 

DigitalMash is a mash of work from Australian designer, Robyn Morris (recently redesigned!).

 

FloggedMagazine is a magazine that celebrates rejected designs.

 

Veselin.us is a showcase of a 19-year-old Bulgarian web designer Veselin Todorov.

 

Tessuti.com.au is the online home for Tessuti Fabrics, Sydney's home to the world's famous designer fabrics.

 

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