We wanted to generate dynamic colour CSS palettes on the fly, so we created a Sass mixin, built on Compass. In this article we have a look at what mixins are, how they are helpful and how they can be used to solve web design problems.
As a follow up to our recent blog post on choosing colours for your web design project we thought it might be a good idea to take a closer look at some of the different types of colour combinations you can use when coming up your colour scheme.
In this blog post we will be exploring the use of colour triads as a means of coming up with a colour palette for your project.
For most designers, designing for colour blind users is not even something that is on their radar. So you will be surprised to learn that about 8% of the world's population are actually colourblind. In this article we’ll share with you a few guidelines for designing for the colour blind and how you can implement it into your current design workflow.
Ever found yourself completely uninspired when it comes to picking a new colour palette for a design? Yeah, we have all been there at one point or another I'm sure. So what can be done about it? Luckily there are several tools are resources on the web that can help you with that.
As a designer you have to make many decisions during a project, some of which will impact it more than others. One such decision is what colours to go with when design or redesign a website. In this article I'll take you all through our process when it comes down to deciding the colour scheme for a new project.