Twenty22 Website and SEO

Style Guide

This page outlines the current styles and standards for the Twenty22 Website and SEO website.

Color Outline

Your site colors

These are the main colors of your website. From each of the colors below are generated 6 shades from ultra-light to ultra-dark.

Dark Color Section

Main colors with accents and shades

Pictures should be reflecting and working with your site colors.

Primary colors

Varying primary colors used with shades and accents.

Inverted Card

Inverting card colors can provide a fresh and modern look, making the design stand out and potentially creating a memorable user experience.

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Well-designed, cards can be visually appealing, making content stand out and drawing users in. They can also help break the monotony of continuous text.


Accent colors can help establish a visual hierarchy, guiding users' eyes through the design in a way that's logical and intuitive. Different shades or hues can indicate the importance or sequence of elements.

Accent Outline

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Darker elements can draw the viewer's attention, especially in a design dominated by lighter tones. This can be used strategically to guide the viewer's eye to key information or calls to action.



Allow pictures to blend in with the main site colors adding to brand and overall synergy.

Light Color Section

Main colors with accents and shades

Pictures should be reflecting and working with your site colors.


Primary colors

Primary colors are the dominant colors used throughout a website and represent the brand's main colors.

The logo, favicon, and sometimes the main header might use the primary color.

Inverted Card

If a website predominantly uses a light theme, inverted color cards can break the monotony and add some variety to the design.


Colors can evoke certain emotions or feelings. An accent color might be chosen because it evokes a particular mood that aligns with the content or purpose of the design.


Secondary Colors

These colors complement the primary color(s) and provide visual variety while maintaining harmony. They're used less frequently but are equally important for design cohesiveness.

SHADE Colors

Shades can give depth to buttons, images, or other elements.

Lighter tints can be used as background colors to break up content without overpowering it.