Do you need help picking colours? Adobe Color is a powerful tool to identify the RGB / HEX / LAB / CMYK codes, create templates and save your own themes.
This is the first thing you see when you open Adobe Color.
This is the current site you see. You can change the arrows and adjust all the circles.
Here you can see all the codes. These codes are the codes you need if you are designing something online. You can pick the code and implement it in Canva or Photoshop or whatever tool you use to color something.
Pick one colour and then you can change the colour rules.
Try it out and see what new colours you will explore!
Monochromatic colors are all the colors (tints, tones, and shades) of a single hue.
A color from every third of the colour wheel
Colors who are facing each other on the colour wheel
Colours compound with each other 🙂
Different shades of the chosen colour
Here you can see all the palettes other people have saved in the library.
It is a great place for finding inspiration.
Have you already used Adobe Color before? Share your experience in the comments down below.
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