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Category: generative color

Re: Pleasing Color Palettes

There are so many tools out there to help you pick colors. I totally get it! It’s hard! When colors are done well, it’s like magic. It adds a level of polish to a design that can really set it apart. Let’s look at some, then talk about this idea some more. Here’s one I just saw called Color Koala: It spits out five colors at ya and you’re off to the races. Hue will give you some too. There’s a billion more, and they vary in approach and features, of course. Here’s a handful: http://color.farm/ https://coolors.co/ https://color.adobe.com/ http://clrs.cc/...

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Converting Color Spaces in JavaScript

A challenge I faced in building an image “emojifier” was that I needed to change the color spaces of values obtained using getImageData() from RGB to HSL. I used arrays of emojis arranged by brightness and saturation, and they were HSL-based for the best matches of average pixel colors with the emojis. In this article, we’ll study functions that will be useful for converting both opaque and alpha-enabled color values. Modern browsers currently support the color spaces RGB(A), hex, and HSL(A). The functions and notations for these are rgb(), rgba(), #rgb/#rrggbb, #rgba/#rrggbbaa, hsl(), and hsla(). Browsers have always supported...

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