The Colordot Pulls Palette Shades From the User's Environment

By: Misel Saban - Apr 26, 2016
References: color.hailpixel & designtaxi
For designers looking to reference their natural environment for color inspiration, the Colordot app engineered by Devin Hunt makes use of a smartphone camera to pull surrounding color and turn the shades into palettes that can be used for a multitude of design purposes. The app aids consumers that want to replicate a specific colors in their natural setting through the use of simple and seamless technology.

Colordot is an intuitively designed platform that has an easy to understand interface that lets users construct color palettes based off of the objects, landscapes and items they see in their surroundings. Using a smartphone camera, the app captures a photo of an object the user would like to replicate the color of and then creates a palette with an accompanying color code that can be used for typography, graphic design or illustrative work.