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Discover How to use the Canva color palette generator to empower your designs!
How often do you spend hours trying to determine the perfect colors for your designs only to find that they completely mismatch and give you a headache? Even if you have a gift for choosing colors, it can be quite challenging to create a palette that perfectly matches your design and graphics.
To save countless moments contemplating either quitting your business or destroying your computer, entrust Canva for help. With their Canva Color Palette Generator, you can create several eye-catching color combinations that make your unique designs pop. To make the learning process quicker, we have created a how-to guide for using this game-changing tool that will empower your brand.
- What is the Canva Color Palette Generator
- How to use the Canva Color Palette Generator
- Templates for yours truly
What is the Canva Color Palette Generator?
Canva is a digital design platform that provides users access to hundreds of design layouts, social media graphics, presentations, and more. Non-designers and entrepreneurs alike flock to this tool to create quick and easy designs for their business needs.
To add to their ingenious user experience, Canva created and offered the Color Palette Generator to create several color combinations that match your uploaded photos.
In a matter of seconds, they provide a perfectly orchestrated blend of hues that transform your photos and designs from average to incredible!
The first time we used Canva’s new tool, we were impressed with how accurate their selected color combinators expertly made our designs stand out. What’s even more appealing is that it offers a range of FREE and low-range accompanying add-ons for budget friendly yet high-quality design.
Ready to get started? Check out how to use this snazzy graphic tool.
How to use the Canva Color Palette Generator
Selecting a color scheme for your brand is critical, especially with the desired goal of communicating and connecting with your target audience. If you choose the wrong colors, you could invoke unhealthy emotions and moods associated with your business. Thankfully, Canva considers the psychology of colors and creates a well-balanced scheme that invites positive brand messaging.
To get started, either create an account with Canva or not. The choice is yours. Canva allows non-members to use the generator for free. If you’re looking to get the best out of Canva, check out our article to maximize your design productivity.
Step 1: Logon to your Canva account to access the generator or follow this link if you don’t want to create an account.
Step 2: To access the generator, click the colors tab.
Step 3: Click the upload an image and select which picture you want to receive an accompanying color scheme for. You can also upload social media images, flyers, designs, and cards. How amazingly versatile is Canva?
If you’re not ready to upload your photos, play and practice with their demo image tool to see how quickly they provide an on-brand color scheme.
Step 4: Ta-da! After you upload your desired image, check out the four color names and codes generated below. As an added benefit, you can copy the codes and use them in your future design inspirations or even give your brand a complete makeover.
Templates for yours truly
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