Are you impressed by a particular website’s color schemes? If yes, then you might want to employ those colors in your designs as well. Here to help you get those colors and their HEX codes is a tool called WebColourData.
WebColourData is a free to use web service that helps you get a color breakdown of any website that you provide a URL of. All you have to do is visit the site’s homepage and paste in the URL of your target website. A breakdown of all colors will be displayed. The site also displays a list of color breakdowns for popular websites by default on its homepage. You can click on an entry in this list and the color breakdown page will be displayed.
You will see that next to each, the percentage of it used on the site is displayed i.e. what is this color in terms of percentage usage when compared to all colors used on the website. There is also a HEX code provided right next to the color to let site visitors use these colors in their own development or design projects.
On the color breakdown page of a website, you also find other useful information. This includes a hue distribution, a color wheel, and a few other websites that have the same other color composition.
- A user friendly web service.
- Provides you with a color breakdown of any website you provide a URL of.
- Shows you color breakdowns of popular websites.
- Displays HEX codes of colors in breakdown.
- Displays hue distribution, color wheel, and websites with similar colors.
Check out WebColourData @ http://webcolourdata.com