Creativity comes and goes! That’s one fact all developers and designers experience once too many.
Brainstorming an entire layout and hitting a dead-end when it comes to the color scheme is an often met issue, especially when a client wants to pick from 3 different color schemes.
Picking a few colors to satisfy the majority is not easy, not to mention when the client already has an existent brand and you have to keep that in your formula.
There are a lot theories and methods to consider before building a color scheme, but one main step is color matching! A while back, I’ve written an article about Wev developer essential tools where I’ve listed a few tools that would help web developers on a daily basis, I think it’s time to add another one on that list!
The Color Scheme Designer
I’ve had the chance to use a few color scheme builders, but ultimately, I’ve been using CSD (Color Scheme Designer). It’s flexible, easy to use, all the features you need, colorblind support and.. it’s an online tool!
My favorite feature is the wonderful well-built light and dark template example which you can test your color schemes on, and ultimately, save your palettes for future use.
For those who ask, I personally chose to write about this wonderful tool, I’m not gaining any benefits whatsoever
Have you used Color Scheme Designer yet? or what are your tools to build color schemes?