Culrs 2.0

Thoughtfully crafted and easy-to-use color palettes

#4 Product of the DayMarch 14, 2019
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Culrs is an open platform for you to choose color palettes for any application with extreme ease. The colors are curated and palettes are fashioned with colors that work together, creating beautiful combinations, keeping in mind the color wheel and color theory.
Reviews
  • Anna Filou
    Anna FilouTech Geek, Web Designer, Illustrator
    Pros: 

    Lovely interface, colors look good together

    Cons: 

    Not that many combinations, most colors are very light/soft/faded

    I think you need to add more strong color combinations, the ones available at the moment are very soft and look a bit faded.

    Anna Filou has used this product for one day.
  • Vaibhav Sisinty
    Vaibhav SisintyGrowth Marketing at Uber
    Pros: 

    Super easy to use and great approach to Color selection

    Cons: 

    Na

    Can't expect more from a tool which doesn't even expect for your email to use the tool.

    Vaibhav Sisinty has used this product for one year.
Discussion
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Lisa Dziuba
Lisa Dziuba@lisadziuba · FlawlessApp.io Founder
congrats with the launch! your logo looks very cool ✨ The subscription banner on the top is a bit annoying but maybe it make sense. Otherwise, nice color pallet, I'll try some combinations for my designs. If you wish, I'm happy to see Culrs in Awesome Design Tools (https://github.com/LisaDziuba/Aw...), which is the biggest collection of design tools on GitHub. Congrats again!
Arnob Mukherjee
Arnob MukherjeeMaker@iamarnob6543 · Founder @ Culrs
@lisadziuba Why not, it would be our pleasure to be part of that wonderful list :)
Lisa Dziuba
Lisa Dziuba@lisadziuba · FlawlessApp.io Founder
@iamarnob6543 💐💕
Arnob Mukherjee
Arnob MukherjeeMaker@iamarnob6543 · Founder @ Culrs
Hi PH Community, We are back with the redefined version of Culrs! We have been working extensively on this for the past 4 months. It’s been exciting to create, share, and reiterate Culrs to make it into what you see today. The team consists of myself, @mshra_ji and @jollyfarhana 🎉 Our second version of Culrs takes a more professional approach. Let’s see how. We redesigned the website to update the color palettes to align with color theory. This is what makes Culrs different from other random color palette generators. No more manual process of creating a color palette with combinations that look good! All of this is done by us and presented to you. We curate colors and fashion them into palettes that work together, creating beautiful combinations, keeping in mind the color wheel and color theory. There are 500+ color palettes listed and defined under categories like Monochromatic, Analogous, Triad, and Tetradic, based on the way they are created. Also sharing your favorite palettes is so easy! When you click on the palette name, the URL changes into a custom one for that specific palette which you can share with anyone you want. Social Media: Our FB, Twitter, and Instagram accounts show how our color palettes can be used effectively to create beautiful content. Our Medium articles explain the process of making them in detail. Newsletter: You can subscribe to our newsletter to get exclusive design inspiration, about using our color palettes, every week. What’s Next:
  1. More categories and palettes
  2. Mac menu bar app coming soon
    Saijo George
    Saijo George@saijogeorge · Digital Marketer
    Arnob Mukherjee
    Arnob MukherjeeMaker@iamarnob6543 · Founder @ Culrs
    Jonathan Olaleye
    Jonathan Olaleye@jolaleye · Generally curious. Avid maker. 👨🏽‍💻💯
    Curated palettes are the way to go, these look great :) Also, love the demos on Instagram.
    Rupak Mishra
    Rupak MishraMaker@mshra_ji
    @jolaleye Thanks Man! Also we love to play with our color palettes and show off on our Instagram, Glad you liked it.
    Sebastián
    Sebastián@antichevre
    @iamarnob6543 Congrats! awesome work buddy!
    Arnob Mukherjee
    Arnob MukherjeeMaker@iamarnob6543 · Founder @ Culrs
    @antichevre Thanks a lot :)
    Luke Chadwick
    Luke Chadwick@vertis · Indie Maker | http://graphql360.com
    I like the concept of curating colours rather than just having a palette generator. I quite enjoyed the blog posts (e.g. https://medium.com/culrsteam/tal...). That showed these colours in place, I think some ability to see them applied to objects automatically would be an excellent future enhancement.
    Rupak Mishra
    Rupak MishraMaker@mshra_ji
    @vertis Thanks a lot :) . We are definitely thinking of various possibilities to enhance the product with new feature.