Tagged: colors

Contrast Color Accessibility Picker App

At a Glance: Contrast — The Color Accessibility App

Contrast is a neat little Mac app created by Sam Soffes and Matt Smith targeted towards UI designers and web developers. It provides easy access to the WCAG color contrast ratios, so you can design with accessibility in mind. Contrast provides a color picker for you to quickly sample and test out your colors. You can still enter hex codes manually, but the picker makes things so easy. The app automatically updates, giving you instant feedback score about how accessible...

Panda Syntax Dark Theme for Coding

At a Glance: Panda Syntax Dark Theme

Panda is a “superminimal” dark Syntax Theme for a variety of coding IDEs and Terminals created by Siamak Mokhtari. It features a dark background and some lovely subtle colors to make your code look elegant and pleasing to the eyes. The theme is specially crafted for the Atom editor, but you can also download versions for the macOS Terminal.app, iTerm, Sublime Text, and a few other apps. Unfortunately, there doesn’t appear to be a version for Panic’s Coda yet. Get...

Reddit User Analyzer

Reddit User Analyser

Reddit User Analyser is a beautifully designed single-purpose-website that, as the name suggests, analyzes a Reddit user. It uses the Reddit API and goes through your activity on Reddit, analyzing your submissions and comments, and returns fascinating data about your account and illustrates it beautifully on the same page. The project is built by Github user atomiks and makes uses of lovely colors & graphs to visualize the data. It looks at things like Kindness, Text complexity, the top and...

ConeApp

Cone — A Live Color Picker for your iPhone

The world is full of fascinating colors, isn’t it? I was watching a video about the auroras just a few minutes ago and while being mesmerized by the incredible array of colorful lights, I wondered if I should take a screenshot from the video just to use those colors in a design somewhere. I had the exact same thoughts while walking around in the Mughal gardens of Jammu & Kashmir. Wouldn’t it be nice to have a live color picker...