Part of the process when you need to provide a color guideline & types for development.
So far this works, but the color usually not in RGB format.
Have better workflow?
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over 1 year ago
yeah.. thts how it works so far...
Sicko... no one needs to show off this much haha. Nice effort *****
How about UIColors and text document so engineers can copy/paste? :)
@Jean-Marc Denis yeah I usually make notes too so they can copy/paste for the color.. wondering there is a better automation apps out there to make this thing faster and easier :)
@Sam Mearns why is that btw?
No the works great... I think people sometimes don't get how much effort is put onto visuals like this. keep it up...
Nice! We use ColorSchemer Studio to give the developer all the colors we used on Photoshop/Illustrator. Gives them a nice HTML document with visual representation of the colors.
Looking good @Bady, love it man!
@Sam Mearns okies
@Danny Zevallos thanks man! this is the input that I'm expected.. I'll give it a try :)
@Danny Keane thanks man! appreciate that
that's tits! nice work!
nice and classic!
Remember that they don't develop in 2x, so they'll need to divide all of your font sizes by 2. This is great, though! Such a tedious process, but well worth it.
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