“The chief function of color should be to serve expression.”
Henri Matisse definitely hit the nail on the head.
If color should be to make a statement, then we better get it right.
One of the best tools on the web that I found in regards to color is Adobe Color CC.
Let’s test out Adobe Color CC to see what it can do.
As most of you know, I am a teacher by trade. And with the academic year fast approaching, I am in dire need of a color palette for my two computer labs.
Here’s the image that I want to grab my colors from:
(image via Confetti System)
And voila, I now have an amazing color palette for my classrooms!
A color palette that will be used for two labs, hundreds of students, and my sanity!
Not too kiddish for the middle schoolers, not too far-fetched for the kindergartners. Some pinks and berries for the girls; some blues and greens for the boys.
And truthfully, a palette of colors that will make me happy to be present five days a week.
Whether it’s a classroom, a bedroom overhaul, or a wedding scheme, Adobe Color CC is where it’s at.