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Many ways to do this, including mathematically, but here is an opinionated approach based on experience. From a colour theory perspective both the brand blue and green have similar values (saturation/luminosity). I don't think you need any more bright colours in the palette. You could pick either as the primary colour. Use the primary colour for call to ...


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I agree with @Jackson-Hyde that there are a lot of misconceptions about flat design. It seems generally that "flat" design seems to generally avoid the three pure primary colours (cyan, magenta and yellow). This is not a rule; just a general observation, that does not mean that you cannot use these colours. Secondly. "Flat" design is quite often NOT flat. A ...


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This appears to be a misconception about 'flat' design. The 'Flat UI Colors' from http://flatuicolors.com/ are simply colors that featured in the Flat UI Bootstrap theme, so named because it eschewed popular pseudo-depth effects created by gradients, drop shadows and bevels. Flat design gets its name from the shapes used. Flat design employs a distinct ...


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Alin, Disclosure: I came across your question because I am associated with Glarminy to which you referred in your question. (I don't know anything about web design, though, so I hope this is not completely useless). I find readability and text/background color choice an important topic and most of the time a neglected one! I'll try to say briefly what I ...



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