It’s a very comprehensive tool that can take a starting colour and then make a number of different colour schemes based on it using 6 different methods to generate a range of colours for your to use. From a mono colour scheme where all the colours are shades based on the base colour through complimentary, triad and tetrad colour schemes with contrasting, but matching, colours thrown into the mix. Check it out.
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