We know you want greater control over your projects, and the Spark team is always working to provide you with as much choice as possible while keeping the tools quick and easy to use. Recently we’ve provided more ways to customize the colors in Spark Post designs. ICYMI or need a little extra help, we’re breaking down how to use Spark Post’s new custom color picker.
There are four ways to apply color to your designs:
Cycle Through Palettes
The color algorithm is based off your background image; Spark suggests color pairings and palettes to put you on a path toward design success. Use this if you want to leave the color theory up to us. Choose palettes based on the mood you want to strike, such as decorative, loud, modern, elegant or more.
Adjust Hues with the Color Strips
Once you’ve selected a color for the background or piece of text, you can refine further using the color strips that appear when you tap “customize.” The top gradient strip refers to the color, while the bottom allows you to find the perfect shade by tweaking according to saturation and pigment. The hex value will automatically appear just below your chosen hue.
Choose a Color from the Background Image
Achieve ultimate text-to-image cohesion with the new eyedropper tool by selecting a color from the background photo. Just tap anywhere and Spark will match the color.
Apply a Hex Value
If you have your heart set on a specific shade, get a perfect match by selecting the hex value for that shade. You can copy and paste the code in the bottom box or scroll through hex values.
Have fun with color!
We’re exploring fall 2017’s top color trends on our Instagram this week. Use the following designs as jumping off points and tag your designs #AdobeSpark to join the color study fun.