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10 best online tools for working with colors

On the Internet there are a huge number of services to work with color and create your own color schemes. Many of them are similar to each other, some are not entirely clear, and some programs must be installed on a computer, which is not always convenient.

That is why we have selected ten best online tools for working with colors for you. All functions are available online, the interface is intuitive and there is no need to download anything on your PC. Use!

1. Adobe Color CC
Adobe Color CC, formerly called Adobe Kuler, allows you to create a variety of color schemes using certain combinations. Earlier we wrote about what popular color schemes exist (monochrome, triad, etc.). In Adobe Color CC, you can choose one of these predefined color systems, or randomly combine colors. All selected topics can be saved on the site by logging in with your Adobe ID.

Adobe Color CC
2. Color Hunter
If you like the colors in any photo that are in harmony, you can upload this image to the Color Hunter website and get a set of colors that predominate in the picture, with the hexadecimal code of each of them. This is a convenient and fast way to create your own color scheme.

Color hunter
3. TinEye
On the TinEye website, you can pick up photos in different colors. All Creative Commons images are downloaded from the Flickr database. This is the perfect way to find images of the shades you want. Hint: in order to find pictures by a specific HEX code, you can enter it into the URL address (# colors = your_color_code).

Tinyeye
4. SpyColor
Do you have an RGB color value, and do you need its HEX code? Need to know detailed information about color? Then this site is for you. Just enter the data you have in the search field (the name of the color or its code) and you will see full information about it, including values ​​in different color models, matching colors, options for color schemes and examples of use in HTML / CSS.

Spycolor
5. Colormunki
This online tool allows you to create color palettes from Pantone samples using various combination methods to achieve the most beautiful combinations.

Colormunki
6. ColourGrab
ColourGrab is another tool with which you can create color schemes from photographs. All you need is to enter the URL of the image. The system will select the colors that appear most often in the picture and provide you with a palette with hexadecimal codes.

Colourgrab
7. COLRD
COLRD is an opportunity to find and share interesting color schemes. This resource is an excellent source of inspiration and a real delight for the eyes and the soul. View images and color palettes created by other users, and perhaps you will find exactly what you were looking for for a very long time!
COLRD
8. Shutterstock Spectrum
Another site where you can linger for a long time, admiring the harmony of colors – this is the Shutterstock Spectrum. Beautiful interface and great photos will inspire everyone to search for the perfect color palette. Just enter a phrase in the search field, for example, “nature” and move the slider to select the desired colors of the images.

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Shutterstock spectrum
9. Pictaculous
Simply upload the image from the computer to the site and you will receive the color gamut of the loaded photo. Here you can download the generated color palette file for Adobe Photoshop.

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Pictaculous
10. ColoRotate
ColoRotate is a good alternative to Adobe Color CC, with beautiful visualization of the color wheel. You can create color palettes consisting of more than 5 colors. The site also has the opportunity to read useful articles on color and download the ColoRotate application for iPad.

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Colorotate
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