Use the color selector by clicking on the color square you want to use. To detect a particular color in the fields below the input hex, RGB, HSL, or CMYK value color switch; Click the color to add it to your palette. After selecting the color, copy the #code of color to use wherever you want.
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Color combinations are typically suitable combinations of two or more colors formed from their relationship on a color wheel. Also known as color strings, color combinations are useful when exploring potential color palettes, or can be used as a single color scheme.
Colors that are directly opposite each other on the wheels are known as complementary colors. Complementary colors have a high contrast and can be very effective as accent colors when combined with a more neutral palette.
A triadic matching consists of three colors that are consistent with each other in color. Like complementary colors, triadic schemes are very bright with high contrast and work best when one color is dominant.
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The tetradic color coordinates are formed by two sets of complementary colors that are 60 degrees apart on the color wheel. Tetradic schemes are a great starting point for color leveling; Make them look good using color shades, shades and tones.
Similar coordinates are created by selecting colors that match a selected color. Often found in web design, similar schemes, when combined with complementary colors, can offer a lot of commitment.
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Neutral schemes, like similar coordinates, are made with colors on either side of a chosen color but at half distance. While similar schemes typically use colors other than 30 degrees, 15 degrees different colors are used in a neutral combination.
Colors, shades and tones
Color shades, tints and tones are created by combining black, white and gray in the chosen color, respectively. They can be very useful in web design for background and typography, and are often combined with a complementary color to contrast. Try them with your color using the drop-down menu under the color picker.
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Shades of color
Adding black to different levels of color gradually produces darker shades, or ‘shades’, of that particular color. Shade links work well for hover effects, or as a footer and header background.
The color white is made by adding white, resulting in lighter versions. The tips can also be used for CSS hover effects, and the models perform well as background.
Tones are created by combining gray with color, depending on what level of gray is used. Less common in web design can be useful for typographic elements such as typing, quotes, or highlights.