Archive for the ‘Colour Theory’ Category

Color Schemer

Saturday, April 28th, 2007
Enter an RGB or HEX value, or click on the Color Palette to create your palette

Color Consultant Pro

Saturday, April 28th, 2007

Color Consultant Pro (CCP) is an interactive color wheel. It is designed to help artists of all kinds apply color theory to design effective color schemes. Like a traditional color wheel, CCP gives visual guidelines to how colors work together. But Color Consultant Pro goes beyond what a traditional color wheel can do.

Painter’s Picker – a color wheel for Mac artists

Saturday, April 28th, 2007

Quickly find the colors that best match your design.

Create and share harmonious color schemes in almost any Macintosh application.

Have a color wheel handy whenever you need it.

Color Scheme Generator 2

Saturday, April 28th, 2007

Generator of color schemes and palettes to create good-looking and well balanced and harmonic web pages. This is the new version of the previous color generator.


Saturday, April 28th, 2007

An online tool for creating colour schemes for online design work:

Everything Tastes Better Blended

Saturday, February 10th, 2007

As far as color pickers and color matchers go, ColorBlender has most of them beat.

Start by moving the sliders to choose your primary color in RGB values. The rest of the palette will be filled out with a “blend” of colors that’s calculated dynamically. You can then hone the colors individually or keep sliding to choose new blends. When you arrive at a mixture of colors that you like, you can save your values and access them in another session (as long as you have cookies enabled). You can also email the values, save them as a Photoshop ACT or an Illustrator EPS file.

ColorBlender is a truly fantastic tool for building complimentary palettes. Experiment and make something pretty!


Create and share color themes with kuler

Thursday, January 18th, 2007

by Maxine Schur

The only color I don’t have is navy brown. —Yogi Berra

What do a fashionista, new apartment dweller, graphic designer, and website developer have in common? They can all use kuler, the free web-hosted application available from Adobe Labs.

With kuler, developed by the Emerging Markets & Technologies team (EM&T) at Adobe, anyone can create harmonious color themes of two to five colors based on scientific color formulas or use an interactive color wheel to create their own. The color themes can be created in RGB, CMYK, and LAB color spaces and can be represented as hexadecimal values for use on the web.

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