Posts Tagged colors
For those of you trying to come up with color schemes, I’d like to introduce you to Kuler from Adobe.
Kuler is not anything new. It’s been around since at least 2006. Kuler is a free online color resource that lets you try out and save different color combinations. You can also search for and view other user-created color combinations by keyword.
For power users, you can tinker around with different color modes (HSV, RGB, CMYK, LAB and HEX) and download desired color combinations as Adobe Swatch Exchange files that work within your Adobe programs.
All in all, it is a very useful resource and a “go to” when it comes to color picking.
Take a look at these products and tell me if you can tell who created them. Go ahead… I’ll wait. Did you get it?
Colors can help to subliminally invoke feelings and set certain moods. They can also help to convey underlying meanings. I’m sure that this post will be especially interesting for you mentalists and psychological junkies out there.
Here is a list of colors with feelings and meanings they might convey.
Even though there is no logo or signage in the photo, I was able to tell instantly what restaurant they were at. Read the rest of this entry »