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Color scheme help

Color scheme help

Color scheme help

I use tek-tips for tech support on systems I use but now I need YOUR help.  We just changed company names and had a logo created with the colors the owned asked for. My question is, What colors would look right besides the red and grey on the sight? I am ready to letter my Vans and I am concerned that my colors need a little spice but not too much. I am not good with colors.

here is my url with my Logo (top left)

RE: Color scheme help

Sounds like you could whatcolor4:


to help identify your colors. Use it to mouse over any color to see it's name and hex value.

I like the firebrick red in the IPitomy logo that seems to go nicely with your logo that uses indian red > light grays > rosy brown

But I am colorblind!!!


RE: Color scheme help


kuler, by adobe, is great. It takes advantage of the fact that color relationships are completely reliant upon their separation on the color wheel. After that, saturation and value are all you need to worry about.

RE: Color scheme help

yeah, I'm color-blind, too: color-blind, perfectionist, graphic artist- thank GOD for PMS#s, etc!
When someone asks what my favorite color is, I'll sometimes answer 'anything I can correctly identify'

'There is no LEASH LAW for the IMAGINATION!'

RE: Color scheme help

Thanks guys

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