I have been challenged to use colors that are far outside of my comfort zone (which tend to be muted and desaturated). So I spent the entire day developing a working color palette. The base color is purple and the accent is green. The main menu system and drop down background is a dark gray mixed with the purple.
This is as far as I have gotten and I think it is time to step away from it. When I come back to this in the morning, I hope I feel as good about it as I do now. Knowing me, probably not.
about 1 year ago
Can't wait to see the full product! Really liking what I see, and it's funny cause out if all the things we talked about yesterday that my client didn't give me details on, the color pallet was something she did... and it was a pallet that resembles something very close to this.
Really liking this.
I quite enjoy it when you call me "Big Papa!" And an abundance of props to you, good sir, for getting down wit' it on this fine design. A job well done, sir.
@Eric 'WizKid' Odom If this ends up being the default color palette, the end user will be able to override it using the WordPress Theme Customizer to better fit their own branding.
@Steven Darby When I am completely done with this page, I want you to see it in its totality to get your opinion.
@David Silva Thanks!
Definitely refreshing. Interesting mood. The olive would look great as an alternative background color, at some point.
@Darion That is what we were thinking as well. In fact, we will be building in 15 variations of the background (different hues, saturations and tiles) that work well with the overall palette itself.
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