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1500+ Color Names on Name That Color Javascript

Posted · Category: CC License, Color Schemes

Being a typical guy, Chirag Mehta have no clue what the colors Lavender and Mauve look like. You can show him Indigo and he won’t know if it’s more like Violet or Purple. So he made this little app called Name that Color where you can create a color on the screen (or copy-paste CSS hex# color) and find out the name of the closest matching color. I did not realise there are so many colors you can actaully call them until I saw Name that Color…If you want to incorporate the same facility into your website or project, you may download a copy and use it as you wish.


Requirements: Modern Browsers with Javascript Enabled
Demo: http://chir.ag/phernalia/name-that-color/
License: Creative Commons License

Find Color Trends and Palettes in ColorLovers

Posted · Category: Color Schemes, License Free

colorloverslogo.gifCOLOURloversâ„¢ is a resource that monitors and influences color trends. COLOURlovers gives the people who use color – whether for ad campaigns, product design, or even in architectural specification – a place to check out a world of color, compare color palettes, submit news and comments, and read color related articles and interviews.

The COLOURloversâ„¢ community is regularly updated with information and examples of the way colors are used in the real world — along with news articles on color trends and interviews with top creative professionals.


Requirements: No Requirements
Demo: http://www.colourlovers.com
License: License Free

ColorJack DHTML Color Picker under Creative Commons

Posted · Category: CC License, Color Schemes

Do you want to build your own color schemer? Do you want to put a color picker in your web application? ColorJack DHTML Color Picker is the best choice. Users can simply click on the color picker to choose their favourite color. Also, users can drag the color picker to where they want it to be. They can even close it easily by clicking on the “X” symbol at the top right hand corner. It’s licenced under Creative Commons, so you are free to use or modify the DHTML Color Picker on your own project.


If you like this, you might want to use ColorJack Sphere Color Picker as well. However, this version is not compatiable with Internet Explorer at the moment. Therefore, there is no download-able package at the moment.


Requirements: Any Modern Browsers with Javascript Enabled
Demo: http://www.colorjack.com/plugin/
License: Creative Commons

Share Color Themes with Adobe Kuler

Posted · Category: Color Schemes, Design, License Free

Kuler let us create and share themes easily. You can also get some feedback from other users. Kuler has a desktop version as well which is developed by using Apollo, that means you can browse the color themes while you are offline as well. Get in and feel the power of Kuler.


Requirements: No Requirements
Demo: http://kuler.adobe.com
License: License Free

Website-Ready Color Schemes for Color Schemers

Posted · Category: Color Schemes, Design, License Free

Color SchemerColor Schemer has created a Scheme Gallery which let us browse for new color scheme ideas, search for schemes containing a particular color. It is great for when a client gives you a color and you need a matching scheme in a hurry. We can have our FREE account to upload, manage and share your color schemes. Build your own color scheme database and show your schemes to clients or collegues to make deciding on a color scheme a breeze. You can also add your favorite schemes in the Gallery to your personalized color scheme Favorites list.


Requirements: No Requirements
Demo: http://www.colorschemer.com/schemes
License: License Free

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