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complimentary color palettes often play large roles in web design. I can understand why comcast.net, especially since it's not their sales site, would choose to use a calmer, more contemporary color palette. Especially since this is a page to read news and articles - you want something that's not going to be distracting or difficult to read text on top of.

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complimentary color palettes often play large roles in web design. I can understand why comcast.net, especially since it's not their sales site, would choose to use a calmer, more contemporary color palette. Especially since this is a page to read news and articles - you want something that's not going to be distracting or difficult to read text on top of.

Ah, ok thanks for the info. But would you say the change in font matters as well?

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Fonts on the web are a different story altogether - there are only so many "web safe" fonts that designers can use when using coded, searchable text for a website. These fonts are the fonts that are universal fonts found on every computer in the world, regardless of platform or operating system. It sucks as a designer, but that's the technology available today. You may say to yourself "but I see different fonts on the web all the time, why not here?" The reason for that would be one of two solutions: a) it's not real text - it's an image or B) it's a flash website that has the font file embedded into the flash document.

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