13 Posts were tagged with "Color"
Colormind works best with website design, applying color palette to demo landing page and various bootstrap components.
USD$10 with 1 year of updates. Consider Sip as the professional version of Digital Color Meter, it is the best color tool built for pro-user in mind, providing seamless integration to professional workflows and applications. I love how It docks color palettes on top of the screen in a minimalist way, allowing cross-app usage. v2 is available now with more useful features and new pricing model.
Paletton takes on the scientific approach to find the right palette by adjacent and triad colors. It has plenty of previews and simulations to accommodate different scenarios for palette usage.
Material UI collects brand color for the major social media platform. Now you are one-click away from adopting the tone to your own customised banners and buttons.
Subtle color gradients collection made for website background. CSS code, PNG, Sketch and PSD previews are all set.
Coolors.co is a super quick multi-color schemes generator. User-generated palettes are also available for export. Paid upgrade for iOS App, Chrome Extension, and Adobe Addon.
Dribbble Colors is a hidden treasure for UI designers who are looking for case studies of color adoption. It allows users to search Dribbble shots by color using hex code. Users also can adjust percentage of the containing color within a shot. This tool comes handy to see how a color plays out in other design.
The most convenient app to grab color code is the one built-in to your Mac. Digital Color Meter is a default Mac utilities app hidden in your Application folder. Simply press Shift + Command + C will copy the value into the clipboard. You can also adjust color profile (native, sRGB, Adobe RGB or P3 etc.) as well as the values to display
Train your eyesight to be laser-like. Munsell Hue Test is a fun yet challenging game to arrange color block by hue order. Lower the score is better.