Color palette generators are becoming increasingly popular with the rapid development of technology. The creation and maintenance of websites are simplifying at a drastic rate. It wasn’t too long ago where we needed to hire “Website Designers” in order to maintain our website. Not to put down “Website Designers,” they are highly skilled and really good at what they do. The problem was the cost. It wasn’t cheap to hire someone to come in and make changes to your website, some would charge in the thousands to make simple changes. Today, there are more tools available to customize your own website without spending thousands of dollars to hire someone else to do it.
The Ultimate List of Color Palette Generators for Your Website
This article focuses on branding. Specifically Color Palette Generators. If your church has a website, you have probably run into the issue of picking color schemes. Having the right colors on your website goes a little deeper than simply picking and choosing your favorites. Your website may be the first impression that visitors get of your church. This may sound over-critical, but there is such a thing as clashing colors. When the colors on your website don’t “match” or fit together on a color palette, you run the risk of pushing people away.
It may seem like a minor detail, but you communicate more through the colors on your website than the actual words.
We have identified two different types of color palette generators; the first is just that, a color palette generator and the second we call a color picker. These websites produce similar results but from two different starting points.
Color Palette Generators start with a color in mind. Perhaps you already have a primary or even secondary color in mind, this section is for you. Color palette generators allow you to find accented colors that go with your primary color to increase the depth of your color scheme.
Color palette pickers start from more of a blank slate. If you don’t have a primary color in mind, this section will help you to find a palette typically from a picture or image that inspires you. The picker will suggest different palette options based on the inspiration, in this case, a picture or image.
We’ve also included a number of Color Resource links that explain the finer points of color.
You can also check out some website templates from Sharefaith that make it even easier to create and maintain your website!