That’s one cool web-service– say you need a set of ‘matching colours’ (for whatever fancy reason): Pick a base colour and let colorblender do the rest. (Doesn’t seem to work for me, though: Everytime I start with a colourful theme — say, for a website like this — I end up with a friendly set of grayscales. Uhm…)
Anyway, this site must have been one of the early birds when it comes to building something actually useful right within the web 2.0 hype.
Apropos web 2.0: Tim O’Reilly himself wrote a nice article on web 2.0 — have a look a the web 1.0 –> web 2.0 comparison list …
Update: Here’s another one — Colorjack! A tad more complicated and loaded with features. Enjoy!
5 thoughts to “A colourful blend of … err … colours!”
Luv it. I just tried it, and it really is a lot of fun. Makes my fingers itch to completely redo my homepage designs (though it seems that the colours I use there fit quite well) – just because it is so much fun. So, if you come back to the ladymin.de and find it glowing in friendly mauve – blame the colorblender. 😉
Just found some similar ones, thought you might like:
Color Scheme Generator
Color Scheme Tool
And Sibagraphics 1
Let’s throw in colorschemer and we’re done 😉
And finally … enter Adobe on the colour scheme stage: