Twitter is to be commended for its clean user interface that allows for some customization. This doesn’t mean there aren’t incredibly ugly Twitter pages out there, however. Be it a photo that’s mostly obscured, a terrible choice of color or just an all-around lack of aesthetic judgement, far too many Twitter pages are visually offputting.
Themeleon, a free service provided by ColourLovers.com, offers an easy way to make your page look good without adding clutter. You can chose from amongst 690,603 patterns and 1,049,085 color palettes all designed to make aesthetically pleasing backdrops for your microblogging.
The process is simple. First, log on to your Twitter account from Themelon’s site. Second, select from the hundreds of thousands of patterns. Then, pick a color palette that suits your preferences or corporate color scheme. Finally, save your profile to have the changes take effect immediately. The color schemes and patterns provided are all very simple, very clean and can make your Twitter page look really slick.
– make your Twitter page more aesthetically pleasing.
– choose from 690,603 patterns and 1,049,085 color palettes.
– easy-to-use web-based interface.
– the most popular pattern and color scheme combinations are only a click away.
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