Really nice colors, I don't know if you generate them based on a color or not, but usually there is a brand/base color and rest of colors will be generated using that color. am I right? if so, how to match open color with a brand/base color?
The type definition file is missing in installed npm module.
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Hi, I love this color palette! Actually I use Affinity Designer and I see you missing file for this app. So I created one myself.
If you can share this on your website, I'll be glad. I've tried to create pull request, but I don't have permissions.
I feel that the brightness of gray changes more rapidly between gray 4 and gray 7 than other colors, but I don't know how other people feel about it. Do you have any methods to quantify the perceived brightness?
@thiagok can you check if `open-color_1.6.3.gvswatch` works in Gravit Designer?
Please only merge after he confirmed
Hey guys! Thanks for this project!
I've been using Gravit Designer on Ubuntu because i'm without my mac and gravit has a another kind of palette that insn't in your project options. It's called `.gvswatch`.
Any plans for this extension?
First of all, fantastic project. It's very difficult to pick shades of attractive hues that have an equal perceived brightness, yet you managed somehow. Extremely valuable.
I know you've commented on some color suggestions already, but I still like to make a plea for a small set of color additions.
I know you mentioned that you have no plans for it. Justification to perhaps reconsider is that brown is the only missing hue compared to the widely used Material Design colors. I much prefer the consistency of Open Color, and adding brown would make Open Color a feature complete rival in terms of hues, yet with better picked shades.
**Cold, Neutral, Warm Gray**
The current gray is not neutral, it's slightly cool (blue). I believe gray needs special attention as it is often used as a main UI background, and even the slightest hue change has a far reaching effect on the whole UI.
My suggestion would be to have a truly neutral gray ramp, a slightly cold one (like the current one), and a slightly warm one.
Whatever your answer, again, great work!
The current gray palette appears to land a little on the cool side of neutral. A “warm”, “neutral”, and “cool” gray palette would be useful for mixing with the various shades.
I was hoping you could add a small color swatch next to the corresponding color on the ingredients page? I keep needing to go back to the swatches page to remember what the color looked like, a small swatch of the colors next to the color name would make easier to navigate. (i.e. Blue 1, Blue 2, etc... )
Compared to variant 5 of the other colours, Red 5 looks a bit washed out. I've used Red 6 for now, as it compliments the other variants 5's better at the moment.
Could you add and auto-generate an ICC profile with named colors? https://github.com/w3c/csswg-drafts/issues/817
This is version 1
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In the instructions [Here](https://yeun.github.io/open-color/gray-color.html) gray 5 is recommended for text(with white background) which fails WCAG 2.0 color contrast test, hence making it inaccessible for anyone with low vision impairments and color deficiencies.
![screen shot 2017-01-10 at 11 06 03 pm](https://cloud.githubusercontent.com/assets/5694967/21818101/8a28de4a-d78c-11e6-9ee4-2f231ba26c51.png)
- [x] teal-0
- [x] indigo-1