Design and UX September 23, 2020

I've created a simple color-picker to simplify the task of selecting a color-scheme for your Web Projects!


I've been building web applications for quite some time now and there's one facet of it that I find very annoying whenever I'm starting out a new project. I'm a very choosy person so I often end up spending a significant amount of time figuring out the best possible colour-scheme for my website rather than writing the actual code.

To solve this problem, I ended up creating Awesome Color Picker that allows you to generate awesome colour schemes for your websites and web-apps. It provides you with a preview as well so that you can visualize what combination of colours would be the best suited for your project.

I'm looking forward to adding more features including a custom gradient generator and more preview templates for web apps and mobile apps.

Let me know in the comment section what other features you might want it to have.

Edit: It's not optimised for phones yet. It's just a prototype and I wanted to share it with everyone. I'm still working on it.

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    It looks cool but I didn't like the 80% of the color palettes. Reminds me of the 2000s.

    There was an interview of a guy here on IH who did something similar and they got 90%+ of traffic from Google, ranking for different keywords. So def a lot of opportunity :)

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      Thanks for your feedback!

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    Sounds similar to!
    Maybe something to check the accessibility contrast ratio of your colors?

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      Thanks! I'm working on fixing my color generating algorithm.

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