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color palette

The available colors in a computer's display system, graphics file format or color selection in an application. See palette, 24-bit color, indexed color and color lookup table.
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The idea of adding newness to design styles from the past is evident in the four color palettes of the Odyssey collection, some of which were adapted from previous years' color palettes and draw on references from the 1970s, while still representing a new direction and embracing change.
They created an inspiration board for eight featured color families and filled them with magazine and catalog clippings that helped evolve and shape the new color palette.
The design and color palette that you use on the web site can invoke certain feelings that can be beneficial for your business, giving you a leg up from the competition.
In what sounds like a precursor to the Saturn program, PPG says that prototypes were built by GM using this technology in the late 1 980s, though at the time the color palette was limited to Four colors: black, white, blue and red.
The color palette creates a sense of history and solemnity with somber and serene neutrals such as chocolate, gray, soft green, mauve, pale pink and garnet, highlighted by whitened tones, sky blue and pale yellow.
The new Expression 2012 color palette also features in-surface decoration - a sustainable, direct-decoration colorizing process that works by enabling water soluble colorants to soak into a resin to eliminate the need for paint.
It's easy to create harmony throughout with a clear color palette.
With a distinct Victorian style, the Beveled tiles' scalloped edges and color palette can be used alone or intermixed with Majestic Slate traditional tiles.
While conventional systems typically offer 10 colors, the DFC color palette consists of approximately 160 choices.
Once a color palette is finalized, the chips can be permanently placed onto one of 30 PANTONE palette cards supplied with the book for easy sharing and reference.
The result is both comfortable and visually appealing, but the color palette should bring the room together and create the inviting atmosphere that is so famous in French country homes.
A new color palette will be introduced to tie the existing and expansion spaces in a more cohesive overall scheme.