The 28 best tools for choosing a colour scheme The web is absolutely chock-full of colour scheme tools that promise to help you reach colour nirvana. Not all tools are created the same, though, and many are no more than basic rip-offs of the more popular or useful offerings. So to make things easier, we've rounded up some of the best tools for choosing colour schemes available today. They'll help save you having to sort the wheat from the chaff and enter colour heaven... 01.
Easy Color Palette Tips Articles May 14, 2014 There are six elements of art: line, shape, color, texture, value, and mass. We combine these elements to communicate our ideas and information. All Themes View All ThemesMost PopularMost UsedRandom Theme 12 0 0 0 landscape 0 0 0 Theme Evaans 0 0 0 The Art of Color Coordination Colors affect us in countless ways—mentally and physically, consciously and subconsciously. Psychologists have suggested that color impression can account for 60% of the acceptance or rejection of a product or service. Good color choices should never be neglected in web design. A bad color combination can have the same negative effect as poor copy and slow load times.
Color: Links, Books & Tools to Make your Life Easier Color is certainly a very important element of a design, and deciding on the best color palette for a project is something you really need to dedicate time to. From understanding color theory to having a glimpse of color psychology, you need to make sure your choice will not only look good but also have a good balance and deliver the right message. Thinking about, that we have decided to gather some tips, books recommendations, links to interesting readings and also some tools and apps that will make your life easier when it comes to color.
How to Earn Trust Without Social Proof I hear this all the time. Whether I’m writing copy for a digital agency, SaaS startup or even an established business who hasn’t ever thought to collect feedback from customers, a lack of third-party proof is a problem that’s WAY more common than I’d like it to be. That’s because few things are more effective for improving conversion rates than being able to show testimonials, reviews, client lists and places you’ve been featured. This kind of outside proof lends immediate credibility to your claims and gives your leads a chance to hear from people who’ve bought what you’re offering – hopefully, people like them. So what do you do if you have NONE of those things, but still want customers to trust you? In this quick post, I’m going to explore four things you can do to make a connection with customers and get them to trust you, even if you can’t show them social proof.
Color Palette Generator Color Palette Generator #ffeeff #ffccdd #eeaaaa dull #33aa77 Colour Contrast Analyser (CCA) This tool provides two useful core functionalities: a pass/fail assessment against WCAG 2.0 color contrast success criteriaa simulation of certain visual conditions, including dichromatic color-blindness and cataracts, to demonstrate how your web content appears to people with less than 20/20 vision The CCA is available for Windows and Mac, and in multiple languages including English, French, Dutch, Italian, German, Hindi, Korean and traditional Chinese. Note: the visual simulation functionality is only available in the Windows version. Acknowledgements