Scales of Color-Variables in Sass Maps.
Create your own project specific colorscheme with the help of these predefined ranges of color-sets from a master palette.
Colors from Pantone’s biannual fashion color report converted into colorschemes - for designers to play with and customise. Create your own colorscheme from a decade of trend colors.
Syntax Highlighting: Base2Tone
… It tones down less important parts (like punctuation and brackets) and highlights only the important ones. This leads to a more calm color scheme, but still lets you find the stuff you’re looking for.
Pixel–art with SVG – portraits
This colorscheming test playground, is assembled to have the best colorscheming tools, alongside colorscheme-tiles on one webpage-test-playground, making it convenient to create your own colorscheme, with sixteen variables.
Because it’s one thing two have your color variables declared on top of your Sass/Less/Stylus stylesheet. It’s another thing to find the time to use them in an intuitive and meaningfull way in your designs.
Put the colorscheme you just made as one of the first partial files to import in the
_base-partial file (the one that is included throughout the whole project), and keep using the colorschemer any time you like to generate color-values during the design phase of the website.
Syntax Highlighting: Atelier Schemes
For the construction of these colorschemes, Solarized colorscheme stood as a model, and Base16 Builder was a building tool. Like in Solarized, the colorschemes come in a light – and in a dark background version. It’s really just variations on the same idea, but each with it’s own color-value relations, interdependent on each other and their base (background-)color.
All downloads can be found in the output folder. There one can find these colorschemes for: Bbedit, ChromeDevtools, CodeMirror, Console2, Emacs, Geany, Gedit, Gimp-palette, Gnome-termina, Highlight.js, iTerm2, Mintty, Mou, Notepad++, Putty, Rouge, Secure-shell, Shell, Sublime Text, Terminal-app, Textadept, Textmate, Vim, Visual-studio, Windows-command-prompt, Xcode4, Xfce4-terminal, Xresources.
TypeFace Tester: webapp for iOS
This Typeface tester is meant to be used on an iOS-device, like an iPad, iPod or iPhone, by e-book editors, web-designers, and everyone else who enjoys typefaces. The default typeface of the body-text is set on ‘Verdana’ with a fall-back of ‘Cursive’, which means that if the font from the select menu is not on you’re O.S., the font is rendered as ‘Cursive’, some kind of handwriting typeface. In iOS this will be the ‘Snellroundhand’ typeface, on you’re PC it will most likely be different, depending on you’re operation system.
Colour Scheme Blending tool
Intuitive tool for quick finding and testing (harmonious) colour blends with selected colours from a colour scheme. Drag and drop semi-transparent circles on different colour background, then use a colour-picker to get the colour-codes. Comes with hsl to rgb and hex color converter.