- How colours affect the way you think
- How to pick the least wrong colors
- How Colors Change the Perception of Interior Spaces
- Designing accessible color systems
- How we designed an accessible color palette from scratch
An algorithm for creating color palettes for data visualization
Choosing good colors for your charts is hard. This article tries to make it easier.
«There’s no need to rely on hues from all around the color wheel like ⬤⬤⬤⬤⬤⬤ for your visualizations. It will look more professional – and therefore more trustworthy – when it only uses a few hues and their neighbors.»
We designed the UI of the OKLCH Color Picker & Converter with education in mind as the driving design principle. Beyond being a handy tool, we aim to speed up familiarity and adoption of OKLCH and…
Some possibilities to change environments with colors or contrasts, confusing proportions.
We knew that, although meticulously crafted, our current 7-color design system (in other words, our secondary branding colors) was very…
How we designed a color system with hand-picked, vibrant colors that also met standards for accessibility and contrast.
What if game design could be summed up into four “primary colors” and their mixtures? This simple tool might help you organize your ideas.
Our world is awash with a rainbow of colours, but certain shades can have a surprising impact on our ability to concentrate, our mood and even our taste.
«And if you want a child to concentrate, you might consider painting a classroom in a vivid palette and so bolster their reading scores.»
Actionable tips on how to nail WCAG 2.1 color compliance.
We are sharing our approach to color & the tools we used to generate our colors. Find our new color tool here at ColorBox.io
In this article, we’ll take a look at the best ways to handle colors in CSS today, some tips for using them in a design system, and what we can expect from our colors in the not-too-distant future.
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