The quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog.
There are four ways to search: type, hue, name, hex/rgb.
Type: all, dark, light, pastel, pale, deep, muted, rich, bright, neon
Hue: warm, cool, red, orange, yellow, green, cyan, blue, violet, purple, magenta
You can search for either hues or types, e.g. red or pastel. You can also mix hues and types e.g. muted yellow or neon blue
Single color searches will produce a second color randomly. To search for a second color, connect the first one using with, and, on, &, +. For example: muted & neon violet.
Name: Searching by name returns slight variations on a named color, e.g. coffee.
Hex/rgb: Searching by hex code or rgb returns an exact color, e.g. #FFEE00 or rgb(0,200,155).
This will make some gradients look less muddy.
This will block type combos which fail the WCAG contrast ratio test.
Not happy with the results? You can go back and edit your training colors. This will reset your current generator.Save your data
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