That is why it is used as a sign to warn or alert the people. For example, the safety jackets are orange in color. The construction sites also display it to avoid mishaps. In Indian culture, saffron is revered due to its religious significance. Since, it also exudes positivity, energy and optimism; communication mediums use it extensively.
Orange websites are one such example. Displaying warmth and happiness, they entice the viewers and leave a joyful impression on their minds. When used with its complementary pair azure or a contrast color it looks all the more appealing. The details and images added with it get a spicy flavor and the site automatically becomes sunny, no matter how less the presence of orange. It can take away all the blandness and deficiencies of other elements on the site. Isn’t it great? Today, we bring for you a gallery of 30 orange websites. Enjoy the feast.
The theme of the website is completely in sync with orange color which attracts instant attention.
Orange at the top of the site with white logo pasted over it catches the eye as soon as one reaches the site.
Orange typography pasted on a white backdrop and mixed with black impart an attractive ambience to the site and make good the absence of pictures.
Another website using white and orange with the latter in twin shades bearing the all important tagline.
A quaint and intelligent website design employing orange and white has a unique look.
An alive looking place that becomes more animated due to the orange backdrop.
Completely bright orange backdrop with a large, white “toy” over it and categories in black at the bottom.
Orange shares the largest share of the website pie with white rings embossed over it.
A brilliant use of the complementary blue with orange to highlight the USP of the company, which makes it appear brighter.
Big Lux Design
Orange and black forming a frame around the routing window highlight the center.
A cool backdrop with the sunrays motif and a blue bird on a white tree looks enticing and one cannot take off one’s eyes easily from here.
Another alluring website design with multiple colors but again orange takes the cake, here too.
This one is an elegant orange website with light shades of white and blue used on the slightly glossy backdrop.
An individual’s website with his image and white and grey typography applied on a yellowish orange designer backdrop.
A smooth orange background when mixed with black typographic description creates an excellent effect.
CSS Design Yorkshire
A small dash of orange can also create wonders and it is conspicuous among the colorful collage.
This creative website has an orange top with a figure created inside it that serves as the logo.
Minimalistic typography and single image pasted on an orange base have a sophisticated look.
White typography and blue image together on an orange background serve as the best combination.
The red cherries and the orange backdrop have a delicious, mouth-watering look and the website looks tasty.
The Japanese sports website with white and grey typography uses the orange backdrop to convey the spirit and energy of games.
The teddy bear image on an orange, white and black background results in a cute and sweet look for the site related to babies.
The orange wall of the site with sunrays motif and a tag at the center with various images has a distinct display.
Orange borders around white on the site of a creative designer have a neat, classic look.
The neat look of the orange website is due to the wide space between white typography on left and right and black imagery below.
Life Of Center
Orange typography used through the black backdrop on the website to explain about the organisation.
Orange used as a highlighter to underline the categories so that the viewer sails through the site conveniently.
The salmon backdrop with a majestic image on corner and well-structured anatomy has a royal look.
The website looks like as though two white building blocks have emerged against an orange sky.
The website uses orange in the form of a cute logo, the information block below and company name conveying its importance.
By Sunalini Rana
Sourced from Slodive