Alexa.com has been around for quite a while, and even though it’s now owned by Amazon, it has nothing to do with the Alexa home robot thingamajigger.
Alexa.com has traditionally ranked all the world’s websites by visitor traffic. The lower your website’s Alexa score, the more popular it is. At one time, Alexa.com publicly listed the rankings for all websites on earth, but today they only list the top 50.
We thought it would be fun to see what the tops sites main color palettes are and see if we can find any patterns, or notice any interesting things design-wise. At the end of the post, we discuss our conclusions. Continue reading Color Palettes of The Top 50 Alexa Websites as of 2019