Thoughts by Kris
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Many of your know Canva as the amazing graphic creating website. Not only that, but Canva has a newly released Education version that is free!! If you have not yet checked that out, click here
This post is not about Canvas graphics though. It is not even about the free education version. It is about Canva colors. Time and time again, I am scouring the internet looking for color schemes. I search popular items, look up posts that are attractive, and even take snippets out of magazines. This is all in an effort to create visually appealing content. Well I'm here to tell you that the search is over. Canva has a section on their site designated just for colors, and it is AMAZING.
Click here to check it out
There are 4 pieces to Canva color. The first is the palette generator. This page allows you to take any old picture, import it on the site, and get a spit out of the colors being used. Take a picture of that crafts magazine cover, or of your favorite comic book and get the exact HEX code from this page!!
The second is the color palette ideas. This page has hundreds of visually appealing palettes to choose from. Not only that, but they give your the image of inspiration and the copy and paste HEX codes to go with it. It is literally a one stop shop for a new color scheme.
The third is the color wheel. Anyone who wants to get very specific about complimentary colors needs to live here. This wheel will walk you through basic color theory and provide you with the tools needed to put that practice into play.
The final page of canva color is the color meaning. For all those art people out there, this is your home. learn what each color means and how it can influence feelings or emotions in people. Pair them with your content to create scientifically aligned learning lessons!
If you don't believe me, check it out for yourself! Click here to check it out