Use this free HTML color selector to find the ideal color for your website. The tool allows you to type HEX color codes directly into it, and you can adjust the HSL and RGB values manually to tweak your color selection.
It can be used as an on-demand CSS color picker or to test out a new color palette for your brand. Making color choices for a project can be tricky, but we are here to simplify it. As far as online color picker tools are concerned, there are quite a few options available. But we strive to be the best.
On the color wheel, complementary colors are those opposite one another. Combining complimentary colors can create a strong contrast and can be an excellent way to make an accent color.
Three colors on the color wheel equidistant from one another form triadic harmony. The color scheme of triadic schemes tends to be extremely vibrant with high contrast and is best when dominated by one color.
A tetradic color harmony consists of two complementary sets of two colors arranged at 60 degrees of one another. You can use tetradic schemes to start creating color palettes. Bring them to life by adding color shades, tints, and tones; fine-tuning as needed.
Colors directly adjacent to a chosen color are used to create analogous harmonies. Frequently used in web design, analogous schemes combine well with complementary colors when used as contrasts.
Similarly, neutral schemes are formed by combining opposite colors at half the distance from a chosen color. In contrast to analogous schemes, neutral harmonies use 15 degree distances between colors.
Colors can be selected by clicking and dragging the mouse on the picker area to the left. To add the selected color to your palette, enter the color's Hexadecimal, RGB, HSL or CMYK value in the box to the right side of the color swatches.
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