I was reading over a question on EL&U's meta site about a graphical problem and when I looked at their help center I noticed it incorporated the colors and fonts of their main site, while our help center still has the styling of the beta site (with the exception of the background image). After thinking about it some more and looking at the other pages in the site I think it caught my attention for two reasons:
The help center is mostly links, and "unvisited" link color is the default blue and not a color from our swatch.
The headings on the sections are black instead of the cyan or gray in our swatch.
The unvisited links here on Meta are all orange, and the visited links are a darker red. I had the meta tab open at the same time I was poking around trying to figure out why the look of the help site seemed off, and it made the difference of the default blue links more obvious.
Is this intentional? I realize it isn't that big a deal, but I'm a little bit jealous of the cohesiveness of the other SE sites that have their themes throughout.
If we're going to have cyan headers and orange visited links, we shouldn't have default blue for unvisited links. It looks like someone forgot something. Here is the color swatch from the site design and that default blue link color is nowhere to be found in it: