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I am re-designing a website for a company which supplies parts for railways,automobiles,aircrafts,etc.Previously a combination of #009999 and gray color was used.Now I am using #99aaff and black color combination.But still it looks a bit dull.Plz suggest a suitable combination so that it looks better than before.Also if you can plz visit the website www.nekel.net sso that you get a better idea.Plz do it at the earliest.
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Hi Econify,

use this for the body : #FFFF00 and for the border : #FF9900

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i suggest putting some texture or gradient into it. some subtle stripes inside the gray or green will make it look less "flat". Think about using background imgs vs plain colors.
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I don't mind a Split.
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