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comment How does one generate a palette similar to the ones in Google's material design?
Your palette generator works really well, and as far as I can see, approximates the Google Material Design standards. One thing: you might want to create more contrast for the text on the page. The black text on the dark grey background is very hard to read.
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comment Is there a free 'Helvetica Neue' alternative?
According to the Wikipedia entry on Liberation fonts, "...documents embedding these fonts do not automatically fall under the GNU GPL, but will still likely cause problems with commercial software." I'm not a lawyer, but it seems that if you use Liberarion fonts in a software product, you may be obligated to apply a GPL license to that product, which may not be what you want. Again, stressing that I'm no expert in licensing, but I had to give up using Liberation on one project because of concerns over licensing.
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