Whatever your motivation — the client told you to do it, you’re tired of white or light backgrounds, or your deep-seated anger over your own father cutting your hand off (just don’t be a hater!) — designing dark websites can be a serious challenge. Careful use of the Creative Force is in order as dark designs have special considerations. A few design tips will keep you from fully giving in to the Dark Side, although this might just be your destiny… For those of you looking for some inspiration, check out this collection of 20 dark websites with some excellent examples. If you need some design advice, keep reading

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DesignFestival: Designing for the Dark Side

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Tara Hornor has a degree in English and has found her niche writing about marketing, advertising, branding, graphic design, and desktop publishing. She is a Senior Editor for Creative Content Experts, a company that specializes in guest blogging and building backlinks. In addition to her writing career, Tara also enjoys spending time with her husband and two children.

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