When people mention monochrome, it’s sometimes easy to think in just black and white or – more appropriately – “grayscale.” Monochrome can actually also mean the use of various shades and tones of one color. In this collection, we’ve compiled some very interesting use of monochrome color palettes in webdesign. You’ll notice that the designs are usually clean and has a quality of cohesiveness because of the way that the colors are used.

www.mikesmart.co.uk

www.magazine1.suitupordie.com

www.2012.newadventuresconf.com

www.jwilouvres.com.au

www.warchild.org.uk

www.glamour.biz

www.kinetic.com.sg

www.mustache.dk

www.bonesbrigadedjs.com

www.mattdelbridge.com

www.macmillanlynch.ca

www.tdhcreative.com

www.mikemcquade.com

www.caseybritt.com

www.beckindesign.com

www.austineastciders.com

www.studio8169.com

www.vondutch.com

www.warface.co.uk

www.nineliondesign.com

www.springsummer.dk

www.bookofbeards.com

www.elpassion.pl

www.urbanoff.com

www.givebeyond.me

www.42angels.com

www.unlistedcollection.com

www.luxurmag.com

www.mortenstrid.no

www.styiens.com

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Isaac is the Co-Founder and Chief Editor of Design Instruct. He has experience in various design and art related fields including design, illustration, and photography. He's in charge of making sure that Design Instruct publishes high quality content that professional designers and digital artists demand and expect. Get in touch via email and on Twitter as @designinstruct or @IAMTHEGUBE.