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25 Free Color Tools, Apps and Palette Generators The marvelous thing about color within design is you have the choice from an infinite number of possibilities and combinations. On the flip side of that, having infinite color possibilities makes it very difficult to lock down on the perfect color scheme or palette for your project. This is were the post will hopefully help you. In this post we have collected 25 completely free tools, apps and generators to help you find, manage, and create beautiful and, hopefully, perfect color schemes. Color Scheme Designer Color Scheme Designer is very simple to use app that offers you a complete report on how to use any given color (in various combinations as monochromatic, complementary, triadic, analogous, tetradic). Touchan This application is accompanied by a short video tutorial which will allow you to fully utilize all of its features. Kuler Kuler has been built by Adobe, and that is plenty prove its high quality. Colorotate Color Munki Colorsuckr ColorSuckr is awesome! Colorspire ColorJack Infohound

Create a Peter Max Cosmic Pop Art Style Artwork in Photoshop From Cosmic Pop art in the 60’s to neo Expressionism today, the colorful artworks of Peter Max have become an important part of the popular American culture. This tutorial is inspired in his works from the late 60’s, know as the Cosmic style that made him famous worldwide. This is a quite long tutorial, and for the sake of simplicity I will avoid explaining the basic use of tools and commands. This tutorial assumes you have a basic to intermediate general knowledge of Photoshop. Create a new work area of 800 x 600 pixels. Select the lower half of the image with the Rectangular Marquee tool and create another radial gradient from color: #00108A to color #0C02FD. Create a new layer and set the Foreground Color to black. If you don’t see the sunburst shape, then you will have to load it. Now let’s draw the sunburst. First click on the exact center of the image, and ONLY THEN press ALT/OPTION + SHIFT. Now you should have a big black starburst on your image. And fill it with color #0C02FD

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Mdc Diamond - Android Apps on Google Play Nota: Per utilizzare MDC, è necessario avere un abbonamento per l'accesso alla console di amministrazione. (L'applicazione è rivolta ad un'utenza business) Installa MDC (Mobile Data Collection), crea tramite la console web la tua applicazione ed eseguila sui tuoi dispositivi.Inoltre, con la nuova versione Diamond è possibile implementare, tramite l'utilizzo di semplici script, le proprie "business rules" direttamente nell'App. MDC è l’innovativa piattaforma italiana per realizzare, in completa autonomia, App per dispositivi smartphone/tablet Android, iOS e Windows 8.x. Per poter creare le applicazioni e distribuirle è necessario ottenere la licenza per la console di sviluppo ed i relativi codici di attivazione da fornire agli utenti fruitori, il player (questa app) è gratuito. Crea l’App ed eseguila subito su ogni piattaforma! MDC può essere collegato con i più diffusi sistemi informativi aziendali consentendo uno scambio dati immediato con i dispositivi.

Color Theory, Color Wheel and Combining Colors, Colors on the Web tools | color palette creator v1.6.1 This tool was inspired directly by the excellent Creating Color Palettes article by Andy Clarke. It will create 10 shades of the base color, located top-left, at varying degrees of opacity. The top row emulates opacity over a white background, the bottom over black (or colors of your choosing as of v1.4). The opacity values are 100% opaque, 75%, 50%, 25% and 10% on the top row. The bottom row begins at 85% rather than 100% and continues on as the first. How to use it: Type a valid six character hexidecimal value in the text box above and hit the "ok" button. Hit the "output hex" button to have the table below the palette display hexidecimal color values. Click the "save base" button to write the current base color to a cookie for safe keeping. As of version 1.6, you can export all of your saved palettes to a PNG image by clicking the "create PNG" button in the "saved" window.

Material Design Toolkit - Android Apps on Google Play Bad attitude from Dev = no IAP from me I wouldn't mind paying (I have tons of paid apps and multiple live subscriptions to premium services) but the dev's attitude is pretty negative. Look at his replies to the comments of some people asking why basic functionality is gimped. Uninstalling and putting one star. Not all the money in the world's buying a good attitude. UPDATE: ... and now the Dev's replied in a snarky way. Color wheel Boutet's 7-color and 12-color color circles from 1708 Wilhelm von Bezold's 1874 Farbentafel A color wheel or color circle is an abstract illustrative organization of color hues around a circle that shows relationships between primary colors, secondary colors, complementary colors, etc. Some sources use the terms color wheel and color circle interchangeably;[1][2] however, one term or the other may be more prevalent in certain fields or certain versions as mentioned above. For instance, some reserve the term color wheel for mechanical rotating devices, such as color tops or filter wheels. As an illustrative model, artists typically use red, yellow, and blue primaries (RYB color model) arranged at three equally spaced points around their color wheel.[4] Printers and others who use modern subtractive color methods and terminology use magenta, yellow, and cyan as subtractive primaries. Colors of the color wheel[edit] The color circle and color vision[edit] Color wheel software[edit]

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