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15 Helpful Color Tools That’ll Make Your Designs Look Pro

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«There are a lot of researches that back up the psy­cho­logy of col­or and how it can sig­ni­fic­antly influ­ence an over­all design. They can affect how people will per­ceive your design and even affect their decision-mak­ing. With that, it is import­ant for design­ers to pick the right col­ors that will fit best to your design’s pur­pose.»

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Take color inspiration from the masters

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«Pick­ing col­ors for a design, a piece of art, or a liv­ing room for that mat­ter, has nev­er been easy for a lot of us. Even the pros some­times get lost in all of the poten­tial vari­ants and com­bin­a­tions.»

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112 new Pantone Colours for graphic designers include bolder greens and purples

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«The new inks fea­ture on-trend ›blushes, blue and neut­ral‹ col­ours — plus there are new swatch­book designs fea­tur­ing art by Jan­ine Rewell and Daina Umber­to. You’ll soon be able to get your hands on even more Pantone Col­ours from your print­ers. The com­pany has announced 112 new inks in its Pantone Match­ing Sys­tem range — bring­ing the total to 1,187.»

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Website Color Schemes: The Palettes of 50 Visually Impactful Websites to Inspire You

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«Did you know that Face­book is blue because Mark Zuck­er­berg is red-green col­or blind? “Blue is the richest col­or for me; I can see all of blue” says Zuck­er­berg. While this choice of col­or doesn’t seem very sci­en­ti­fic, it’s still proves that a lot of thought is put into the choice of col­or.»

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Tips for UI Design Colors and Color Matching Techniques

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«User inter­faces are made first-and-fore­most to ful­fill a user exper­i­ence. This can be achieved with very basic ele­ments, but is often dressed up with col­ors and tex­tures. The use of design col­ors for digit­al UI work is tough to under­stand without prac­tice.»

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9 Useful Tools for Creating Material Design Color Palettes

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«One of the biggest things you’ll notice in mater­i­al design is the use of bold, vibrant col­ors. Mater­i­al design’s col­or guidelines describe the col­or style as being «inspired by bold hues jux­ta­posed with muted envir­on­ments, deep shad­ows, and bright high­lights.»»

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30 Flat Design Color Palettes That Just Work

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«If you have a new design pro­ject and you just don’t know what col­or palette to cre­ate, you’re now in the right place. We have selec­ted 30 flat design col­or palettes that just work.»

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100 Brilliant Color Combinations: And How to Apply Them to Your Designs

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«Col­or makes a design come alive. It can attract atten­tion, set a mood, and even influ­ence our emo­tions and per­cep­tions. But some­times it can be hard …»

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20 Perfect Color Palettes For Your Next Design Projects20 Perfect Color Palettes For Your Next Design Projects

20 Perfect Color Palettes For Your Next Design Projects 

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«All design­ers prob­ably dis­like the feel­ing when they have to design a web­site and they just can’t find the per­fect col­or palettes to go with it. Find­ing nice col­ors can be frus­trat­ing some­times, that is why we decided to make your job a lot easi­er. »

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9 Color Combinations To Try This 20159 Color Combinations To Try This 2015

9 Color Combinations To Try This 2015 

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«Find­ing the right col­or com­bin­a­tion takes a lot of prac­tice and hard work. Don’t you just wish that every col­or com­bin­a­tion you can think of can be as com­pat­ible as black and white? It’s as if those two col­ors were destined for each oth­er. »

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