Website You Can’t Miss: Kuler by Adobe

If you’re looking for ways to freshen up your design color palette, you can’t miss Adobe’s Website, Kuler. You can browse user-created color palettes by theme, or submit your own. You can also narrow your selection if you’re searching for monochromatic, analogous, triad, or complementary tones. The best part is that you can make any of your own custom changes to the existing color palettes. Check out these Halloween-inspired color palettes:


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Author: Mani O'Brien

Mani O’Brien is the Online Editor for the FIDMDigitalArts Blog and the Social Media Marketing Manager for FIDM/Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising. She earned her bachelor of arts degree in print journalism from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism & Mass Communications at Arizona State University in 2006, and Associate of Arts degree in Graphic Design (Professional Designation) at FIDM in 2010. When she’s not brainstorming social media marketing ideas or writing about the graphic design and digital media, she enjoys practicing yoga, reading magazines, and hanging out with friends and family in Los Angeles.

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