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Learning how to pick the perfect and effective Color palette is very important when design UI. Here are a few things that you need to know to understand how to do it Hope you guys found this useful :) . #ui #ux #userexperience #userinterface #interface #dailyui #uiux #uidesigner #uxdesigner #uxigers #uitrends #dailyinspiration #dribbble #minimal #design #webdesign #uidesign #uxdesign #uiuxdesign #uxresearch #uixsupply #usability #webdesignerlife #mobileappdesign #userexperiencedesign #uxui #dailyuichallenge #uxinspiration #userinterfacedesign @ultimateuiux @uidesignpatterns @uicollections @ui.designs @uixpose @uiuxdesigns @uidesignpatterns @ui.hq @ui_design_inspiration @welovewebdesign @uitrends @ui.inspirations @ui.geeks @uidesignpro @uiuxdesign.io #uxchoice @interfacelab @ui.kingdom @design.bot @usemuzli @thedesignfix @uzers.co @interfacelab @simply.cool.interfaces @myinterface @thebeeest @creativroom @spruzzodesign @ui_gradient @webdesign_inspirations @dailywebdesign @uiuxsupply @ui__ux @uxgoodies @uiuxdesigns @uiuxdesignpatterns @techstreet @uxbowl

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Breakdown of the fundamental basics of Color spaces in UI design. This is Part 1. . Part 2 is coming soon! . #ui #ux #userexperience #userinterface #interface #dailyui #uiux #uidesigner #uxdesigner #uxigers #uitrends #dailyinspiration #dribbble #minimal #design #webdesign #uidesign #uxdesign #uiuxdesign #uxresearch #uixsupply #usability #webdesignerlife #mobileappdesign #userexperiencedesign #uxui #dailyuichallenge #uxinspiration #userinterfacedesign @ultimateuiux @uidesignpatterns @uicollections @ui.designs @uixpose @uiuxdesigns @uidesignpatterns @ui.hq @ui_design_inspiration @welovewebdesign @uitrends @ui.inspirations @ui.geeks @uidesignpro @uiuxdesign.io #uxchoice @interfacelab @ui.kingdom @design.bot @usemuzli @thedesignfix @uzers.co @interfacelab @simply.cool.interfaces @myinterface @thebeeest @creativroom @spruzzodesign @ui_gradient @webdesign_inspirations @dailywebdesign @uiuxsupply @ui__ux @uxgoodies @uiuxdesigns @uiuxdesignpatterns @techstreet @uxbowl @googleindia @madebygoogle @googlestudents @lifeatgoogle @googledevs @premiumuikits

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Part 2. In this post I breakdown of the fundamental basics of Color spaces in UI design. . Make sure to check out part 1 if you haven't already! . #ui #ux #userexperience #userinterface #interface #dailyui #uiux #uidesigner #uxdesigner #uxigers #uitrends #dailyinspiration #dribbble #minimal #design #webdesign #uidesign #uxdesign #uiuxdesign #uxresearch #uixsupply #usability #webdesignerlife #mobileappdesign #userexperiencedesign #uxui #dailyuichallenge #uxinspiration #userinterfacedesign @ultimateuiux @uidesignpatterns @uicollections @ui.designs @uixpose @uiuxdesigns @uidesignpatterns @ui.hq @ui_design_inspiration @welovewebdesign @uitrends @ui.inspirations @ui.geeks @uidesignpro @uiuxdesign.io #uxchoice @interfacelab @ui.kingdom @design.bot @usemuzli @thedesignfix @uzers.co @interfacelab @simply.cool.interfaces @myinterface @thebeeest @creativroom @spruzzodesign @ui_gradient @webdesign_inspirations @dailywebdesign @uiuxsupply @ui__ux @uxgoodies @uiuxdesigns @uiuxdesignpatterns @techstreet @uxbowl @googleindia @madebygoogle @googlestudents @lifeatgoogle @googledevs @premiumuikits

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HOW TO CHOOSE COLORS PT.04 by @morejanda // Color usage ratios and proportions.⁣ ⁣ Choose a Dominant Color Every color scheme starts with a single color. This is often referred to as the a dominant, base, core, or main color. The main color should be chosen with three main considerations. First, choose a color that reflects the attributes of your brand or product. Next, choose a color that the target audience will expect to associate with a brand or product like yours. Finally, analyze the competitive landscape and find a color your brand can own.⁣ ⁣ Single Color + Grays Does your design really need a multi-colored palette? Start with a single color and augment it with grays, black, and white. Perhaps this will be the only palette you need for your brand or product.⁣ ⁣ Monochromatic + Grays Before adding several new colors to your dominant color, try using a monochromatic version of your dominant color.⁣ ⁣ Two Color 80/20 An two color palette can be used with an 80/20 split.⁣ ⁣ Two Color 60/40 An two color palette can also effectively be used with a 60/40 split between the dominant color and the secondary color. ⁣ ⁣ Three Color 60/30/10 The 60/30/10 ratio is also derived from the “Golden Ratio.” ⁣ ⁣ Four Color 60/30/5/5 The 60/30/5/5 ratio offers and option of adding a second accent color. This type of palette is often necessary in digital design where multiple button colors are required.⁣ ⁣ Custom Ratios The color ratios outlined in this post are merely presented as guidelines. Any proportions and volume of colors can be used. The more colors you include, the more challenging your design can become.⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ #design #designinspiration #designs #designlife #graphicdesign #designeducation #designtips #dribbble #creative #creativity #graphicdesigner #graphicdesignui #freelancer #freelancers #freelancelife #freelancedesign #graphicdesignstudent #designstudent #graphicdesigntips #michaeljanda #designschool #designschoolseries #teamyellow💪 #color #colorspsychology #colormeaning #colorcrush #colorpalette #colors🎨⁣

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HOW TO CHOOSE COLORS PT.03 by @morejanda // There are some amazing tools available that take the stress out of sampling images and choosing colors. Here is a list of some of the best!⁣ ⁣ Adobe Capture Adobe Capture is a mobile app that will change your life. Automatically select color samples from images, modify selected colors, automatically export color specifications. ⁣ ⁣ Adobe Color Adobe Color is a browser based application that allows you to create color palettes, explore palettes from images, examine color trends, and easily save palettes and themes to your Creative Cloud Library.⁣ ⁣ Coolors.co Generate color schemes with the click of a button. Quickly lock colors you like and randomly view new colors options to consider. You can also browse thousands of color palettes created by others. ⁣ ⁣ Colordot by Hailpixel⁣ (color.hailpixel.com) Colordot desktop application functions similarly to Coolors.co. ⁣ ⁣ Colourco.de Colourcode is a desktop application that allows you to select a variety of harmonious palettes by simply moving your mouse around the application. ⁣ ⁣ Sip (sipapp.io) Sip is a desktop and mobile application that allows you to easily sample colors from anywhere on your screen. ⁣ ⁣ Colrd.com Colrd is a great place to discover new palettes. The site allows you to browse images from others along with their corresponding color palettes. ⁣ ⁣ While these “do it for you” apps are extremely helpful for generating palettes, it is still important for you to understand the reason colors work well in your design.⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ #design #designinspiration #designs #designlife #graphicdesign #designeducation #designtips #dribbble #creative #creativity #graphicdesigner #graphicdesignui #freelancer #freelancers #freelancelife #freelancedesign #graphicdesignstudent #designstudent #graphicdesigntips #michaeljanda #designschool #designschoolseries #teamyellow💪 #color #colorspsychology #colormeaning #colorcrush #colorpalette #colors🎨

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HOW TO CHOOSE COLORS PT.02 by @morejanda // Color inspiration can be found all around us. When you see a color combination you love, take a photo and save it for later. ⁣ ⁣ Sample Nature: Mother Nature has already done a lot of the work.⁣ ⁣ Sample Interior Design: Interior designers are typically amazing color strategists.⁣ ⁣ Sample Fine Art: Sampling portions of fine art can revel great color palettes.⁣ ⁣ Sample Fashion: Sample color strategies from other disciplines, like fashion.⁣ ⁣ Sample Design: Sampling palettes from the design of others can be effective. Limit your temptation to copy by sampling from another medium (e.g. if you are designing a website, sample from a print project). ⁣ ⁣ Sample Textures: Color combinations can be found in stacks of random things.⁣ ⁣ Sample Random Things: Color combinations can be found in stacks of random things.⁣ ⁣ NEXT POST: Learn about tools that help you sample images!⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ #design #designinspiration #designs #designlife #graphicdesign #designeducation #designtips #dribbble #creative #creativity #graphicdesigner #graphicdesignui #freelancer #freelancers #freelancelife #freelancedesign #graphicdesignstudent #designstudent #graphicdesigntips #michaeljanda #designschool #designschoolseries #teamyellow💪 #color #colorspsychology #colormeaning #colorcrush #colorpalette #colors🎨⁣ ⁣

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COLOR MODELS & COLOR SPACES by @morejanda // A color model is a mathematical way that colors can be represented using numbers. When a color model is used with specific parameters it is called a color space.⁣ ⁣ Example: Red, Green, and Blue (RGB) is a color model. sRGB is a color space that defines a specific range of Red, Green, and Blue colors that can be displayed on a screen. ⁣ ⁣ sRGB was created by Microsoft and HP in 1996. It is the most common and accurate RGB color space.⁣ ⁣ CMYK CMYK (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Black) is a color model used for printing color. CMYK was invented in 1906 by the Eagle Printing Ink Company. It is a “subtractive” model, which means that it is made up of “impure” colors that absorb light. There are many different CMYK color spaces that are used for different presses and sets of inks.⁣ ⁣ RGB RGB (Red, Green, Blue) is a color model used for for displaying color on a screen. RGB is an “additive” model made up of “pure” colors, which means that when all three colors are combined, the result is white. Common color spaces for the RGB color model include sRGB and Adobe RGB, among others.⁣ ⁣ Lab Lab (or CIELAB) color model is defined with three variables: L - lightness ranging from black to white, a - ranging from green to red, and b - ranging from blue to yellow. Lab color includes all colors in the spectrum, including colors that are outside human perception.⁣ ⁣ HEX HEX (hexadecimal) is a color space used for for displaying color on a web page. HEX is an RGB based color space that converts RGB values into code for web design. ⁣ ⁣ Pantone Pantone is a color matching system used to standardize colors for printing. The Pantone company was founded in 1962 by Lawrence Herbert. By using the Pantone Matching System (PMS), designers and printers can work in the same color space to ensure accurate reproduction of design.⁣ ⁣ Defining Colors Using different color models and color spaces, a single color can be defined in many different ways. In design you will find yourself working across a wide variety of color spaces depending on the needs of the design. ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ #design #designinspiration #designschoolseries #graphicdesign #designeducation

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COLOR BASICS IN DESIGN by @morejanda // Color generates emotion, defines importance, creates visual interest, and unifies design elements.⁣ ⁣ The human eye can see 7,000,000 different colors.The visibile range of colors was first discovered by Sir Isaac Newton when he passed white light through a prism. His discovery was first published in 1672.⁣ ⁣ Hue The color name is the “hue.” (i.e. red, yellow, green orange etc.)⁣ ⁣ Value The lightness or darkness of a color is its value. White plus a hue gives it light value. Black plue a hue gives it dark value.⁣ ⁣ Chroma The saturation, or intensity, of a color is known as its chroma (how bright or how dull the color is).⁣ ⁣ Watch for more posts coming soon from my Design School Series.⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ #design #designinspiration #designs #designlife #graphicdesign #designeducation #designtips #dribbblers #creative #creativity #graphicdesigner #graphicdesignerlife #graphicdesignui #freelancer #freelancers #freelancelife #freelancedesign #graphicdesignstudio #graphicdesignstudent #designstudent #graphicdesigntips #michaeljanda #designschool #designschoolseries #teamyellow💪 #colortheory #color #colorbasics

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⁣ COLOR PSYCHOLOGY by @morejanda // Colors have meanings. However, color meanings may not be the same for every person in every part of the world. So, before you choose colors for your design, you must know your audience and their perceived meanings of colors. If your audience does not have a unique meaning attached to specific colors, then use the typically accepted meanings associated with each color.⁣ ⁣ Many brands "own" a color. When you are asked which brand is red, you likely think of Coca-Cola. Some brands effectively use many colors, like Google and NBC. ⁣ ⁣ Colors should be chosen with the intention to properly reflect the brand they represent and communicate the proper message to the target audience. ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ #design #designinspiration #designs #designlife #graphicdesign #designeducation #designtips #dribbble #creative #creativity #graphicdesigner #graphicdesignui #freelancer #freelancers #freelancelife #freelancedesign #graphicdesignstudent #designstudent #graphicdesigntips #michaeljanda #designschool #designschoolseries #teamyellow💪 #color #colorspsychology #colormeaning #colorcrush #colorpalette #colors🎨⁣

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HOW TO CHOOSE COLORS by @morejanda // There are several ways to choose colors that complement each other by simply using the color wheel. This post outlines several strategies including: complementary, analogous, triadic, split complementary, rectangle, square, and monochromatic. ⁣ ⁣ Infinite Color Options These same color structures provide an infinite number of options by merely changing the color wheel. Additional options can be created by adjusting the value and chroma of the hue.⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ #design #designinspiration #designs #designlife #graphicdesign #designeducation #designtips #dribbble #creative #creativity #graphicdesigner #graphicdesignui #freelancer #freelancers #freelancelife #freelancedesign #graphicdesignstudent #designstudent #graphicdesigntips #michaeljanda #designschool #designschoolseries #teamyellow💪 #color #colorspsychology #colormeaning #colorcrush #colorpalette #colors🎨

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