Gradient Generator

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What is Gradient Generator

Gradient Generator is just one of many different browser tools that anyone can use freely on the ColorDesigner website. The tool itself is used to generate a gradual change in the color gradient from one color to another, essentially leaving the user with a result of many different in-between colors of the blend. In addition to displaying the two component colors, as well as the various blends between them, the Gradient Generator tool also allows the user to choose the number of in-between colors displayed ranging from a single color to forty different in-between colors. The tool also displays the list of various modes for all of the colors including the HSL, RGB as well as HEX which you can copy and save for later use.

How to use

Using the Gradient Generator tool is very simple. The Gradient Generator page will greet the user with two large color selection panels and a single red slider which will by default be set to fifteen. Users can then click on each of the panels in order to select their desired component colors from which they want to generate the gradient effect. By clicking on one of the panels, the users will be greeted with a standard color picker that will allow them to manually choose the color and its values, all while displaying additional details of it such as the RGB values, HEX code, and the hue, saturation and brightness values or HSV.

In addition to the color picker, users can also choose their colors by using the Swatches. To do this, simply go to the Swatches tab and then select one of the basic primary or secondary colors available. Once you do so, the Gradient Generator will display a collection of swatches with various shades of the colors that you have chosen. While deciding on the colors, the Gradient Generator will automatically display the different in-between colors from your components in real-time, so by the time you are done choosing your component colors, you will have your in-between colors as well.

Lastly, if you want to see more or even fewer different in-between colors, you can do so by adjusting the slider under the color picker. By default, the Gradient Generator will display fifteen different in-between colors, but by moving the slider left or right, you can increase that number to forty colors, or decrease it to as little as a single color.

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