For some months now I’ve been in love with a website called coolors.co.
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For those who don’t know, coolors.co is a website that helps you create, save, and share color palettes. Its main tool is a generator that can make a set of colors either at random or based on the user’s specifications. You can customize the palette easily by adjusting color values or selecting colors manually. The generated palettes can be exported in various formats and shared via URL, social media, or email.
Whenever I get stuck on a painting or design, coolors.co has proved to be a great tool for creating custom color palettes and for suggesting new colors to me. A key feature of coolors.co is the ability to upload an image of your work and extract its current color palette.
You can upload an image in JPG, PNG, or GIF format and then customize the color palette by adjusting the color values or adding or removing colors while maintaining color harmony.
Coolors.co can also be integrated with design software and has a library of user-created color palettes. It also includes a feature that allows you to simulate color blindness and see how color palettes would look to people with different types of color blindness.
One of the most impressive things about coolors.co is that it is a user-friendly website with an intuitive interface, which makes it easy for anyone to use, regardless of their level of expertise. You can create an account and save your color palettes, which can then be accessed from any device. The website also has a large library of user-created color palettes that can be searched and used by other users.