I was creating an About.Me page (http://about.me/EmmanuelDurand) and you’ve got some options to set the colors of you background and texts. Web pages can become rather ugly when colors don’t match, so I wanted to have a nice color palette from one color I particularly like (orange).
I found the free online tool Color Scheme Designer (http://colorschemedesigner.com, no registration required) very simple, quick and easy to use. Just pick a color you like on the palette on the left, click on the “Complement” discus above and voilà! You’ve got three matching colors with their hexadecimal values that you can use in you design.
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