The Web 2.0 Secret Weapon

Posted February 3rd, 2006 in Humour, Web Technology

web2.0 - it\'s all about the colours man...

UPDATE: The Web.20 colours of 2007 have now been released! Click here!

We’ve all read more than enough now about web 2.0, and there’s a million blogs and articles about what a web 2.0 entrepreneur need to know/have/understand to make their new project the web’s next big ‘Killer App‘.

In order to sell to Yahoo!, Google or even get a mention on TechCrunch, you’ve got to have a web based app that’s the next big thing – add a heavy serving of AJAX, maybe use Ruby on Rails, or one of the squillion new code frameworks that have popped up in recent times, maybe have some form of tagging on the site, improve your usability over and over until even your grandmother can use it, and then….

Well, I’m here to reveal what the big 2.0 guys don’t want you to know, and have managed to keep quiet about it this long – it’s actually all about the colour.

Who cares if anyone uses it or not, as long as you attract investors or sell to the even bigger guys? What better way to attract them than a special concoction of RGB love?

I’m going to make it even easier for you budding entrepreneurs – I have grabbed primary or logo colours from some of the big names in 2.0 land, and placed no less than 70 colours into one scrumptious Photoshop Colour Palette file, for your downloading pleasure (2kb zip file).

This web2.0 secret weapon is yours absolutely free – now just mash those colours up, whip up some nice CSS goodness, whack a BETA button somewhere on it, and you’re on the road to riches.

Update (Feb 7): I’ve also got a JPG version for your viewing/downloading.

Image: Screengrabs of the web2.0 secret weapon.

113 Responses to “The Web 2.0 Secret Weapon”

  1. James Says:

    Very clever Miles, good work. How many sites did you go to in order to get 70+ colors? Most of the main web2.0 sites look the same! :)

  2. monkechilde Says:

    Witty and funny. Yet, sadly, could be true to some extent..

    On a side note, you don’t need 70 colours to make money fast now. Have you seen this? Sure to be a success.

    monkeychilde — tired of web2.0

  3. Miles Says:

    Hi James, I think about 25, you’ll actually see all the colours are named by the site as the first word, so you could count them if you were that motivated, heh.

    BTW, the nice folk at Digg have added this article to vote on. Please take a moment, to go over there and do the digg thing. :)

  4. kjw Says:

    Hahaha, love it. We’ll use one of those colors in our next design, and let you know!

  5. Markus Bradley Says:

    I’m sure you’d appreciate this guy’s more direct approach to web2.

  6. Ashul Says:

    You know what, amazing coincidence is just last week we had a client in the office with a new idea that is going to the be the next killer voip app, first thing I said to him was forget about the functionality of the app – work on the colours.. and like magic your blog has given me what I need to send to him, look if he makes a zillion and gives me a sillion I will need to share a pillion with you..

  7. Nathanael Says:

    Thanks for the tips Miles – I was just about to launch my eBay clone (ie eBay + AJAX) in gold, black and pink … but you’ve convinced me to re-think it.

  8. Miles’ Blog » cra.zydomai.ns - Thoughts and errata from Miles Burke. Says:

    [...] There seems to be a growing trend amongst people at the moment to create funky looking URL’s (oh so web2.0) using not so common TLD’s and then adding a hostname or two. [...]

  9. kbglob - tecnologia para geeks, no para tu mamá » Colores 2.0 Says:

    [...] Miren que linda paleta de los colores mas populares en la web 2.0. Te pueden servir si estás buscando alguien que te de mucha plata por algo que nadie entiende mucho. En el blog del que la hizo también está el archivo para meterle al photoshop. Via metafilter [...]

  10. Miles Says:

    This post got “mefi’d” (is there such a term?) and also on the supr.c.ilio.us blog. See the metafilter mention at http://www.metafilter.com/mefi/50603 and http://supr.c.ilio.us/blog/2006/04/03/if-web-20-applied-to-cars/

  11. Круглый стол Web 2.0 Says:

    Цветовая палитра Web 2.0

  12. Dr. Web Weblog » Blog-Archiv » Web 2.0 Color Scheme Says:

    [...] Die Idee hatten auch Andere. Hier als Photoshop Palette und bei UneasySilence bekannten Websites zugeordnet. Ähnlichkeiten sind durchaus vorhanden… [...]

  13. Adam Messinger Says:

    Outstanding! My personal favorite is “this blue is in (beta).” What site / app did that one come from?

  14. michael.wilcox.net » Miles’ Blog » The Web 2.0 Secret Weapon - Thoughts and errata from Miles Burke. Says:

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  15. Miles’ Blog » Web2.0 error screen - Thoughts and errata from Miles Burke. Says:

    [...] I’m sorry, this blog isn’t meant to be a collection of Web2.0 Humour posts, but it just seems so easy. I’m all for Web2.0, I reckon much of it is really good, I just like to see the funny side of it (see this post and this post). [...]

  16. Simple Things » Blog Archive » Web 2.0 colours Says:

    [...] I found this list of web 2.0 colours in a photoshop file. Thanks to Miles Burke from Perth who created it. [...]

  17. Artas Bartas Says:

    Great article. I really liked the brainwork behind it.

    The only problem – downloaded file does not seem to work with my Photoshop. Miles, do you happen to have a table with RGB codes for those colours? or is there some other way to pinpoint them?

  18. Janice Says:

    Love the article. I was deciding on a color scheme for a logo design – this came in handy as a reference. But like the other user, it also doesn’t seem to work with my Photoshop. Any ideas? Thanks!

  19. Miles Says:

    Hello Artas and Janice. That’s a strange one – perhaps you’ve got older versions of Photoshop, or the file was corrupted when downloading? In any case, I don’t have a list of hex or RGB values for them, however you can always just grab the JPG file.

  20. ProfitPapers Says:

    Web 2.0 Design Tutorials

    Over the last month or so I have been busy redesigning some of my best earners (not this website) over to slick new web 2.0 interfaces. I suspected that making some simple graphical changes might actually increase conversions and so far this is very m…

  21. ThatMatt v2.0 » Web 2.0 Design From Start to Finish Says:

    [...] Color is always one of the most difficult parts of design for me. There are various tools out there such as Wellstyled’s Color Scheme Generator 2, but many times I find them lacking. Luckily I came across The Web 2.0 Secret Weapon, a downloadable Photoshop Color Palette of 70 Web 2.0 colors taken from some of the most popular websites. In between these two resources you should be able to get a decent color scheme ready for your design. [...]

  22. nostrich.net » How to Really Build a Web 2.0 Layout Says:

    [...] I’ve got a tip for you, that might be news to some people. There are many, many ways you could go about building yourself a “Web 2.0″ layout but none of these get it. There’s a step missing. [...]

  23. Stefan Bartmann » Blog Archive » Design-Tutorial für das Web 2.0 Says:

    [...] Tommy Maloney zeigt in einem zweiteiligen Tutorial (Teil 1: klick!, Teil 2: klick!) im Photoshop-Lab, wie man relativ einfach die verbreiteten Designelement des Web 2.0 mittels Photoshop selber bauen kann. Passend dazu gibt es bei Miles Burke, einem australischen Web-Designer, die beliebtesten Farben des Web 2.0 als Photoshop-Palette. [...]

  24. Akkam’s Razor Says:

    [...] The Web 2.0 Color Palette Is web 2.0 REALLY all about the colors? (tags: color aesthetics web2.0 design) [...]

  25. Blogalistic » Web 2.0 Photoshop colour palette Says:

    [...] I’m not sure this guy is being fully serious, but if you want an easy way of using the colours often used in web 2.0 sites then this is the way to do it. We’ve all read more than enough about web 2.0, and there’s a million articles about what a web 2.0 entrepreneur needs to know/have/understand to make their new project the web’s next big ‘Killer App’. I’m here to reveal what the big 2.0 guys don’t want you to know, and have managed to keep quiet about – it’s actually all about the color.read more | digg story [...]

  26. Blonk! » Conozcan el verdadero secreto para ser Web 2.0 Says:

    [...] Según Miles Burke’s el arma secreta para que una web pueda conciderarse Web 2.0 es su paleta de colores. [...]

  27. Pannasmontata » Blog Archive » il webdesign 2.0 Says:

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  28. Miles’ Blog » 70 Graffiti Colours of 2006 - Thoughts and errata from Miles Burke. Says:

    [...] My most popular post from a while ago, which included the Web2.0 Colour Palette, was all in jest however it also hinted on something I used to do when I spent more time designing, instead of running a business. [...]

  29. pr6 design las vegas Says:

    Nice i really Digg your new 2.0 app. Hell of a true story! Cheers!
    j. mitchell allen

  30. Das Beste aus der Blogosphäre und Web 2.0 » Blog Archive » Web 2.0 Farb Palette Says:

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  33. ApunDesi News Blog » New color scheme and few other updates Says:

    [...] As you can probably see we have a new color scheme both on the website and the blog. Its lighter and softer and for some reason i like it too I was just trying to get the website Web 2.0 ready color wise so i used the web 2.0 colors to sort of blend in. Oh yeah, there is a new logo too, i like this one too better than the last one. I would love to hear from you people what do you think about the new color scheme and the logo. [...]

  34. antirez Says:

    You can find the color palette converted in HTML, and a little utility to convert ACO files to HTML at http://www.hping.org/aco2html/

    Ciao,
    antirez

  35. rob Says:

    As an addon to antirez I saved all the colors as a CS file for all you people who use Color Schemer: http://reqoil.com/web2point0.cs

  36. M-Block » Blog Archive » Logo 2.0 Beta Says:

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    2.0

    Alcuni di voi avranno percepito nell’aria il fantasma che si aggira per la Rete. Il fantasma del webduepuntozero.
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  38. Intenta » Blog Archive » Paleta de colores web 2.0. Says:

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  39. Palette Web 2.0 at ViaComIT Says:

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  40. PR2.0 Says:

    Web 2.0 Logo Color Palette for Photoshop

    Proof that if good or interesting news sits out on the web long enough, it will make it’s way to the forefront eventually.

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  42. ELMANCO / Stefano Ricci Says:

    I discover only today this post… nice! I insert in my blog a link to it.

  43. Web 2.0 Color Palette at Hollywoodcole Says:

    [...] Miles Burke grabbed primary or logo colours from some of the big names in 2.0 land, and placed no less than 70 colours into one scrumptious Photoshop Colour Palette file, for your downloading pleasure (2kb zip file). He’s also got a JPG version of it. [...]

  44. Broken Two · Yet another Web 2.0 Color palette Says:

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  45. Matthew J Gravelyn Says:

    I’m having trouble downloading the .aco file. When I try to unzip it, it says “Unexpected end of file. Error #-39″. Is this my computer or the file? Thanks.

  46. webthreads.de » Die Web 2.0 Farbpalette Says:

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  47. Jornada Imperial - Em busca dos trilhões Says:

    A arma secreta da Web 2.0

    Você sabe qual é?

    Alta tecnologia para o bom funcionamento?
    Ajax, ajax e maix ajax?
    Criatividade lá na frente e constante inovação?
    Socialização de usuários?
    Valor extremo para os usuários?

    Bom, esses são os elementos básicos da …

  48. Jornada Imperial - Em busca dos trilhões » Blog Archive » A arma secreta da Web 2.0 Says:

    [...] Bom, esses são os elementos básicos da Web 2.0, envolvendo também toda uma psicologia. Mas, segundo Miles Burke isso não é um fator que atrai investidores para que comprem o seu site “matador”. Para ele, o segredo – arma secreta – está no RGB! Sim, nas cores que você usa! [...]

  49. Photoshop Weblog » Die Web 2.0 Geheimwaffe Says:

    [...] Ich verrate nun die ultimative Geheimwaffe, die alle Web 2.0 Unternehmen so groß gemacht hat: Die Farben. Miles Blog hat sie zuerst entdeckt, wollte aber noch etwas warten (wohl um ein eigenes Web 2.0 Projekt mit schönen Farben an Google zu verkaufen). [...]

  50. Photoshop Weblog » Blog Archiv » Die Web 2.0 Geheimwaffe Says:

    [...] Ich verrate nun die ultimative Geheimwaffe, die alle Web 2.0 Unternehmen so groß gemacht hat: Die Farben. Miles Blog hat sie zuerst entdeckt, wollte aber noch etwas warten (wohl um ein eigenes Web 2.0 Projekt mit schönen Farben an Google zu verkaufen). [...]

  51. Linkblast at Daily.Phirebrush Says:

    [...] Miles Burke has compiled a palette of all the famous web 2.0 sites for your (posthumorous) use. ComputerArts has an interesting tutorial on how to dirty up illustrations using a photocopier machine. The Combimouse looks like I’d throw it against a wall… and someone made Google’s logo using Legoes. [...]

  52. Rob Says:

    So Web 2.0 is about color, ajax, ruby and javascript ?
    Cool, now someone has just to find something interesting to read/watch to fill it into this new layer of presentation. The few who were able to have been bought by Google or Yahoo so far and the rest seems trying to get bought.

    Otherwise: Old wine in new bottles.
    And thank god u can disable js errors, the need to do so was never greater.

  53. GuiM Weblog Says:

    Palette de couleurs web 2.0 pour Photoshop

    Merci à Cédric de m’avoir signalé cette info en commentaire de mon billet sur la palette de couleurs web 2.0 que j’ai publié ici la semaine dernière : Il existe une palette de couleurs web 2.0 pour Photoshop, à installer

  54. django Says:

    A PNG or GIF version would be better than a JPG, jpgs get all fuzzy.

  55. Digital Heaven » Blog Archive » Web 2.0 Design - Few quick tips Says:

    [...] Choosing colors a color for you site shouldn’t be a problem while there are thousands of colors available out there. But still Miles Burke has collected some interesting colors from web 2.0 sites like Techcrunch, Flickr, etc and has made a color palette. But as th image was of bit low quality and some colors looked spready, i created the palette manually for this post again. For names of the colors you can refer to his original palette. [...]

  56. far from fearless » Blog Archive » Creating a Web 2.0 Color palette Says:

    [...] If you look at the compilation of colors as assembled by Mike Burke and outputted by Salvatore Sanfilippo, you will notice that the colors are organized by the sites from which they originate. What you do not notice immediately is the fact that the samples are all analogous, with a smattering of tertiary and achromatic colors – but largely analogous never the less. Analogous colors are any three colors which are side by side on a 12 part color wheel, such as yellow-green, yellow, and yellow-orange. Usually one of the three colors predominates. Source [...]

  57. ICTBLOG.it Says:

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  61. wally Says:

    Hi how do you install the color palette to work on photoshop 2? please emal me how am desperate to try it. TY happy new year

  62. webtagebu.ch - markus blogt » Blog Archive » Dr. Web Best of 2006 Says:

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  63. PensierInEccesso 2.0 » Blog Archive » Che cos’è il Web 2.0? Says:

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  64. Web 2.0 Logo design mit Photoshop Says:

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  70. Paul Enderson Says:

    I’m as tired of all the buzzwords as everyone else, but at the end of the day what Web 2.0 really means is that people are actually starting to give some serious thought to their new sites – at least in the right places. Navigation is clearer, colours are better, site layout is cleaner and readable… I really don’t see what’s not to like about the 2.0 revolution!

    Thanks for the pallette! It’s always nice to see people drawing attention to the art of colour selection! Cheers Miles!

    Paul (Astetix)
    Paul (Astetix)

  71. Webdesign Mühldorf Says:

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  72. zac parker Says:

    Hey this is an excellent swatch that I’d love to see made for illustrator!

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  75. Cris Says:

    Heys, I really like your list because it really helps give me an insight of what colours are being used these days by the web 2.0 companies. Once again. Thanks!

  76. klein Says:

    oh how i wish i have that secret weapon in my websites

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  78. Sasha cute Says:

    The information flow in your tutorial is quite simple but powerfull, thanks dude.

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    [...] Renk kullanımı elbette yeni birşey değil ama web 2.0 ile birlikte üzerinde daha önemle durulan bir nokta. Artık birbiriyle maksimum düzeyde uyumlu renkler kullanılıyor. Renkler eskine oranla şimdi daha sıcak, daha canlı ve daha ferah. Kendi gözlemlerinde web 2.0 tasarımlarında ağırlıklı olarak mavi, yeşil, kırmızı, turuncu, pembe ve gri tonlarının kullandığını görüyorum. Bu tonları yakalamak için hazır renk paletlerinden faydalanabilirsiniz. Web 2.0 Colour Palette, Web 2.0 Secret Weapon ve Web 2.0 Color Scheme bu amaçla hazırlanmış renk paletlerinden… [...]

  90. Hazır Web 2.0 Tasarım Araçları Says:

    [...] Renk kullanımı elbette yeni birÅŸey deÄŸil ama web 2.0 ile birlikte üzerinde daha önemle durulan bir nokta. Artık birbiriyle maksimum düzeyde uyumlu renkler kullanılıyor. Renkler eskine oranla ÅŸimdi daha sıcak, daha canlı ve daha ferah. Kendi gözlemlerinde web 2.0 tasarımlarında ağırlıklı olarak mavi, yeÅŸil, kırmızı, turuncu, pembe ve gri tonlarının kullandığını görüyorum. Bu tonları yakalamak için hazır renk paletlerinden faydalanabilirsiniz. Web 2.0 Colour Palette, Web 2.0 Secret Weapon ve Web 2.0 Color Scheme bu amaçla hazırlanmış renk paletlerinden… [...]

  91. Laydo.net Webmaster Blog » Blog Archive » Web 2.0 için çeÅŸitli araçlar ve acıklamalar Says:

    [...] Renk kullanımı elbette yeni birÅŸey deÄŸil ama web 2.0 ile birlikte üzerinde daha önemle durulan bir nokta. Artık birbiriyle maksimum düzeyde uyumlu renkler kullanılıyor. Renkler eskine oranla ÅŸimdi daha sıcak, daha canlı ve daha ferah. Kendi gözlemlerinde web 2.0 tasarımlarında ağırlıklı olarak mavi, yeÅŸil, kırmızı, turuncu, pembe ve gri tonlarının kullandığını görüyorum. Bu tonları yakalamak için hazır renk paletlerinden faydalanabilirsiniz. Web 2.0 Colour Palette, Web 2.0 Secret Weapon ve Web 2.0 Color Scheme bu amaçla hazırlanmış renk paletlerinden… [...]

  92. UizL » Blog Archive » Tutorial WEB 2.0 Says:

    [...] The Web 2.0 Secret Weapon por Miles´ Blog [...]

  93. Hieplt Says:

    How can I get the color codes, like #cc6600?

  94. a su salud » web 2.0 color palette Says:

    [...] gefunden in Miles blog [...]

  95. Free Video Downloads Says:

    Thanks for the tips Miles! I am about to launch new project and was looking for good color scheme and palette!

  96. Laydo.net Webmaster Blog » Blog Archive » Hazır Web 2.0 Araçları Says:

    [...] Renk kullanımı elbette yeni birÅŸey deÄŸil ama web 2.0 ile birlikte üzerinde daha önemle durulan bir nokta. Artık birbiriyle maksimum düzeyde uyumlu renkler kullanılıyor. Renkler eskine oranla ÅŸimdi daha sıcak, daha canlı ve daha ferah. Kendi gözlemlerinde web 2.0 tasarımlarında ağırlıklı olarak mavi, yeÅŸil, kırmızı, turuncu, pembe ve gri tonlarının kullandığını görüyorum. Bu tonları yakalamak için hazır renk paletlerinden faydalanabilirsiniz. Web 2.0 Colour Palette, Web 2.0 Secret Weapon ve Web 2.0 Color Scheme bu amaçla hazırlanmış renk paletlerinden… [...]

  97. Recursos y utilidades para diseñar un blog al estilo web 2.0. « Cosas sencillas Says:

    [...] Colores web 2.0. Puedes descargar las paletas de colores e importarlas al Photoshop. [...]

  98. Miles’ Blog » - Thoughts and errata from Miles Burke. Says:

    [...] Recursos y utilidades para diseñar un blog al estilo web 2.0. « Cosas sencillas on The Web 2.0 Secret Weapon [...]

  99. The Web 2.0 Secret Weapon Says:

    [...] Read the rest of the post by TechJournalist [...]

  100. Design, simplicity and usability blog by Zonica » Blog Archive » Designing Your Website for Web 2.0 Says:

    [...] http://miles.burke.id.au/blog/2006/02/03/the-web-20-secret-weapon/ [...]

  101. Site Ekle Says:

    I’ve got a tip for you, that might be news to some people. There are many, many ways you could go about building yourself a “Web 2.0″ layout but none of these get it. There’s a step missing

  102. Designing Your Website for Web 2.0 - Zonica Says:

    [...] http://miles.burke.id.au/blog/2006/02/03/the-web-20-secret-weapon/ [...]

  103. D’autres ressources graphiques 2.0 | Marketing On The Beach Says:

    [...] Récupérer les couleurs 2.0 dans le nuancier de Photoshop [...]

  104. Irregular Activity » Blog Archive » Photoshop - /presets/…. Says:

    [...] Some good sites for swatches: http://www.milesburke.com.au/blog/2006/02/03/the-web-20-secret-weapon/ [...]

  105. LaurenMarie - Creative Curio Says:

    Hi Miles, love these color schemes. Thanks for putting them together. You may want to update the URL that displays on the JPG. It doesn’t lead to this post!

  106. Web 2.0 Colors -- alper’s shameless remarks Says:

    [...] And this is what Miles Burke came up with in his blog post on Web 2.0 Color Palette. He even goes as far as to say that “it’s actually all about the colour.” Click the image below to see the full palette. [...]

  107. Online Pc Dersleri İçin Ä°puçları » Tasarımcılara kaynaklar… Says:

    [...] Renk kullanımı için: http://www.modernlifeisrubbish.co.uk/article/web-2.0-colour-palette http://www.milesburke.com.au/blog/2006/02/03/the-web-20-secret-weapon/ [...]

  108. Ajans Says:

    Thanks you too much, it is wonderful !

  109. Deryn Says:

    To me it’s imperative to have a range of Web 2.0 colors. As we all may know, colors do influence the way we feel, the look of the website etc… Good job Miles!

  110. vesti srbija Says:

    Thanks for this great tips Miles!

  111. Web 2.0 Design Says:

    Needless to say – Awesome post. Many thanks for sharing this resource. Colors have a deep affect on the look and feel of any website….

  112. CSS-Design Says:

    “The Web 2.0 Secret Weapon” -> You are a clairvoyant? Most of the people know “Web 2.0″ since 2008/2009, but you already called “Web 2.0″ in 2006.

  113. Online web tasar?m araçlar? (hepsi birarada) | sordum.com Says:

    [...] renk kullan?m? için: http://www.modernlifeisrubbish.co.uk/ar … ur-palette http://www.milesburke.com.au/blog/2006/ … et-weapon/ [...]