COLOUR


Nothing beats building out your own palette. The beginning of this article explains quickly and concisely how the colour wheel works, with diagrams that will be invaluable to anyone new to this world.



Enrich your drawing and painting with color palettes drawn from the latest inspirational projects in the Behance Illustration gallery.


For all the brand designers out there, this is a tool showing you the colours already being used by other brands, so you can be sure to stand out from the crowd.


Blog curating a selection of colour palettes.


A massive collection of colour palettes made by designers. Handpicked and ready to go.


A beginner-friendly colour palette generator that includes a cool feature allowing you to live preview your colour palette applied to an example design. 


So great. A free palette generator, just hit the spacebar and everytime it generates a new palette.



Scroll through colours at random, or explore various tones and shades of a selected colour.



Instagram account full of colour combinations discovered out in the real world.



A playful method for building colour palettes.



A classic design read from Bauhaus heavyweight Josef Albers. Albers explores the way colour works, not least of all its relationship to one another and various forms.


An AI colour palette generator that uses that technology to create bespoke colour palettes. Select 50 different colours to train the AI to generate colour palettes based on your choices.


Search a word for its associated colours (according to the internet).



Toggle the variations on the left to discover two complimentary colours.



A fun tool for building gradients.



The podcast 99% Invisible’s episode inspired by Kassia St. Clair’s book of the same name. The team dive into the history and psychology of colour.



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