Color Scheme
February 29, 2004 8:45 PM   Subscribe

Color Scheme Adjust Hue, Brightness, Saturation, Scheme and considerations for Visual Anomalies.
posted by Feisty (11 comments total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
Very feisty, Feisty! Thanx.
posted by billsaysthis at 9:29 PM on February 29, 2004

yes, thanks.
posted by sklero at 9:43 PM on February 29, 2004

This is a neat tool and I have used it many times, mainly because I have no idea what colours to put together.
posted by dg at 10:22 PM on February 29, 2004

This link came up in a thread a few months ago and I quickly began to use it. A lot. I picked up a couple of useful bookmarks in that thread, including this nifty font browser and an app from the Behr paint company meant to help you plan a color scheme for painting that also works for plannning a site color scheme.
posted by spartacusroosevelt at 11:01 PM on February 29, 2004

spartacusroosevelt: Thanks for the links to the great tools. I've been looking for applications that do exactly what those two pages do. My life suddenly became simpler.

Now if only they had a flash page that could do my laundry...
posted by fatbobsmith at 12:40 AM on March 1, 2004

fatbobsmith, if you're red and fury this might help.
posted by Feisty at 12:51 AM on March 1, 2004

I like this tool a lot.
posted by banished at 4:44 AM on March 1, 2004

Great site. As someone with deuteranopy (I love that word), now I can update web pages without having to ask my daughter for help.
posted by tommasz at 6:57 AM on March 1, 2004

see also
posted by crunchland at 7:38 AM on March 1, 2004

in a similar vein, check out EasyRGB. it also has color matching for squillions of real world paint collections.
posted by krunk at 8:11 AM on March 1, 2004

I don't know from color schemes, but their damn Latin is misspelled: qui tacet consentire videtur.
posted by languagehat at 9:00 AM on March 1, 2004

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