In a big design community, a person shared a link to a site where a person can get seasonal CSS Color schemes based on the day of the year. They wanted to know what other people thought about the site, the color combinations and the ease of use. One person took a look and said it was a shame that there was not a link between the season and the color. They said the combinations delivered were more just a map of the day number to a color number.
Another person concurred with this assessment. They thought summer days would be bright yellow, winter days would be blue and so forth. What they got was a random color assignment. Another person said they were hoping for a neutral color on days with nothing special going on and seasonal colors like orange and black for Halloween, green and red for Christmas and red and pink for Valentine's day.
An individual said it was a good concept but couldn't figure out who would actually use it. Most companies have an established Color Scheme already. Most people aren't going to change their personal website's colors every day just for fun. That could be jarring to visitors who come on a regular basis. One person said they thought it would be neat for a personal website to adjust based on the time or season. They think this site is not meant for company color schemes but for blogs and small websites.
A different reviewer said that they have similar concerns that nobody is going to take the time to change their personal site's color every day. They might do it for the season or just for special events, like Halloween, but for the most part, they're not going to change their site daily. Retailers might want to shift color schemes by the season, such as changing to a Christmas color scheme on Black Friday.
A few people thought the idea was interesting. They thought that a weather-related site could do this on occasion. Most people said they would never use this color-changing CSS tool. For more information click here https://seasonal-css.incoherency.co.uk/.