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About Color Picker

Color picker tool

To highlight a colour on the right, use the colour picker by clicking and dragging the cursor inside the picker area. In the slots below the colour swatch, type in Hex, RGB, HSL, or CMYK values to find a specific colour; click the swatch to add it to your board. After you've chosen a colour, use the drop-down menu below the colour picker to experiment with other harmonies.Color Picker Tool



Color Harmonies

Color harmonies are exceptionally pleasing pairings of two or more colors based on their colour wheel relationships. Color harmonies, also known as colour chords, are useful for investigating a prospective colour palette or as a single colour scheme.



online color picker tool Complementary colors

Complementary colors are those that are opposite each other on the colour wheel. When coupled with a more neutral colour palette, complementary colors have a lot of contrast and may be highly effective as accent colors.



Tri-color

Triplets are made up of three hues on the color wheel that are all the same hue. Tricolor schemes, like complementary colors, are vibrant and contrasty, and work best when one colour dominates.



Tetradec colors

Two groups of complimentary color between 60 degrees on the color wheel constitute quadrant color harmonies. Color palettes can be refined using colour shades, tints, and tones, but tetradic schemes are a great place to start.



Symmetrical colors

Colors that are directly adjacent to the chosen one are used to create symmetrical harmonies. Similar layouts, which are common in web design, can give impressive variation when matched with a matching hue for contrast.



Neutral colors

Colors on either side of the chosen color, but at a distance of halfway, are used to create neutral layouts, just as they are for similar harmonies. Similar charts usually use colors that are 30 degrees apart, but Neutrals use colors that are 15 degrees apart.



Shades, tints, and tones

By mixing black, white, and grey with the chosen color, shades, tints, and tones are generated. They're great for backdrops and prints on the web, and they're usually coupled with a complementary color for contrast. Use the dropdown menu behind the color picker to change the color.



Shades of color

When varying amounts of black are added to a color, it forms successively darker versions or "shades" of that hue. Shadows work great with link hover effects and as backgrounds for the footer and header.



Colorful coloring

Color dyes are created by mixing white with the hue, resulting in lighter variations of the color. Tints work nicely as stylistic backgrounds and can be utilised for CSS hover effects.



Color tones

Tones are generated by adding grey to a color, and depending on the level of grey utilised, they can produce an almost endless range of hues. Tones, which are less commonly used in web design, might be effective for typography features such as comments, quotations, and highlights.

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