August 29, 2004 at 4:47 PM
Cameron Adams is holding a survey that he hopes will settle the dispute about whether designers are really any different from man walking down a street. He explains more in his post Designers vs. The Real World: Favorite color. If you are a designer or even if you are not a designer go and take the survey. I can't wait to see the results.
Who can tell if we find a pattern... It does seem (at the moment) that designers mostly like subtle brights and mattes, while non-designers chose colours that are just plain ugly (too bright/matte) or too web-standard. And that's no good thing in means of nicety.
Ha! Looks like Andrei was right about orange. So far it has gathered the most votes.
Orange is the new black. Anyway, I hear there are going to be several different surveys focusing on a different aspect of design. I am curous how he will do the composition survey.