If you are a web developer, you constantly scout around the Internet or use an image editor to find the HEX code for a particular color you love and want to use in your project (webpage). SIP is an app built for Mac OS that can be downloaded from the Mac App Store allowing web-designers to easily and quickly pick a color from anywhere on their screen and get a HEX code.
The user saves a lot of time by installing SIP, as they do not need to hunt for the HEX code online. It is just a matter of selecting the perfect colored pixel on the screen and SIP will give you the HEX code in your code editor if you want. You can improve your productivity by using shortcuts to find color codes on your Mac.
The users also have the feature to save the colors they picked in a history – numbers of colors to keep in history can be altered from the settings. There are also plenty of color formats to choose from, including: CSS Hex, CSS3 HSL, CSS3 RGB, Calibrated NSColor for HSB, Calibrated NSColor for RGB, CGColor Generic RGB, and CGColor Generic CMYK and many others.
- Keyboard shortcuts make the whole process even easier and quicker.
- Plenty of color formats to choose – find the best possible color.
- Simple and easy to use.
Check out SIP @ http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/id507257563?mt=12