Where do you store the colors you use on your website? In the color picker?
I do. But sometimes I unfortunately delete important colors - especially when I'm working on a large number of websites with a deadline just around the corner... and half a mile to heaven!
Sooooo... I created a simple stack making it easy to store website colors within your stacks page.
A color picker stack... that's what I was trying to say!
Adds sparkle auto update.
Feature to store notes in the stack.
Resize the icon to take up less workspace
Added a feature to text a html color by value.
Added a new color space: White Wash (shades of white).
Corrected a few typos
You might have to remove your prev. versions of ColorStore
from your page and drag a new CS stack onto yoru page - to see changes.
1) For my own pleasure: designed a new color store stack icon + edit-mode icon
2) Added an extra Custom Color (#3)
• Changed all custom colors to white... making it easy to see what the cat dragged in
3) Added color schemes:
Cyan + Magenta + Yellow + Red + Green + Blue
All above in the steps: 10-20-30-40-60-70-80-90-100%
4) Added color scheme: CMY10050
Combines 100% and 50% of the colours Cyan, Magenta, Yellow.
5) Added color scheme: 1959-fashion (as inspiration)
6) Added color scheme: Superman1950 (as inspiration)
So nice being able to answer that question...
why did you choose those colors for the website?
Well... I like Superman - kind of make the website fly... don't you think?
If you have some brilliant ideas for color themes you think should be added ... let me know.
The stack is free - download here: http://www.denflinkegrafiker.dk
No big science!
Have a nice weekend.
There are some colour apps aroud doing the same thing - store your colors... doing a decent job. The ColorStore stack is free... it's not big science! It is what it is!