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Is there a good resource or tool to help build a palette/color scheme around colors I select?

Is there any way or tool to choose the best color scheme for a web site?

I'm looking the best colors to use for a corporate web site. I'm just in the beginning of my design process.

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marked as duplicate by plainclothes, Yisela, Scott, e100, Brendan Dec 20 '12 at 14:43

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Also see this question. – Maarten Dec 9 '12 at 15:13

Adobe's Kuler is a good way to hunt for colour schemes and experiment with different palettes.

Unfortunately, Kuler requires Flash. If you have Photoshop or Illustrator, you can use the Kuler panel.

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For a corporate site you want to use a limited palate. Suits don't tend to like wild colors. Use toned down colors for most things (your primary site color can be a little punchier, but not super intense generally). Triadic or Split Complementary is probably best, though Analogous can work too.

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I love the ability to search palettes on This is very useful if you already have a specific color (such as in a logo) and you need suggestions of coordinating colors.

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