Good colour schemes harmonize and intensify designs, while a poor choice can make your concept fall apart. It’s not always easy to come up with the perfect colour scheme. Is there any way to make it a little easier?
There are many resources online for designers in regard to colour schemes. Some simply provide some example schemes, while others are interactive colour-picking robots. These resources are great to pick up inspiration and create more successful, cohesive colour schemes.
Here’s some colour schemes of existing websites for inspiration: https://designschool.canva.com/blog/website-color-schemes/
Palleton,an interactive colour picker, is one of my favourite websites. Once you find your perfect scheme, simply copy and paste the serial numbers into the program you are using. http://paletton.com/#uid=75q0Q0k8Wb+7dc083b+9QbZaMbY
This Creative Bloq article lists 28 colour-picker resources, and links them for easy use! http://www.creativebloq.com/colour/tools-colour-schemes-12121430
And here’s an awesome colour theory infographic if you want to play by the design rules:
Picking a colour scheme…
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