Now I know there are tons of free similar tools for free, however is well worth the investment if you work with color (graphic designers, artists, etc.). Plus you can try is before you buy it. If you are interested in the 30 day free trial. please go check it out by clicking the link below.
- You can save the color palettes you design in different formats, and export them.
- There is a color picker where you can specify a color by the HEX or RGB.
- Includes a set of presets for each color scheme.
- You can add your own Flash preview images.
- You can preview color schemes or palettes in real world examples.
- Includes all the classic color schemes: Monochromatic, Analogous,Complementary, Split Complementary, Triadic, and Tetradic color schemes.
- Plus more!!
To start here are some interesting infographics about color:
On this day, you are encouraged to visit the CLAD's profile page, explore their palettes and colours and dig out their under-loved master pieces.
1. Make patterns using their palettes
2. Make a 1LP palette using only their colours
3. Use one of their templates to create a pattern
The idea is to showcase the CLAD's work, have some fun and spread a little love.
Don't forget to post your creations to the relevant CLAD page
And when your CLAD day comes, we'll do the same to you! ...It's kind of an exchange! =)
However, when I view the "Beach House", words that pop up are:
What do you think? I have always L♥VED color, especially when combined in a palette. However, I never really put much thought into it until now. I just recently read this article on Quora called "Is there a science to picking colors that work well together or is it just subjective?" by Colm Tuite designer of modulz. I have to say that I was very impressed at the article. ♥