Super secret new Colorpeek features

 I’ve been waiting to blog about this till I had a chance to redesign Colorpeek to better communicate these features, but it’s been two weeks and I want to show off. My app, my rules, right? Here we go…

Drag and drop images

You can now drag and drop image files into Colorpeek and watch it magically grab the most prominent colors in supported browsers. This is helpful if you want to start a new palette from existing source imagery, and it’s possible thanks to Lokesh Dhakar’s awesome Color Thief script.

Export palette to various text formats

Let’s say you’ve got a rather attractive palette all ready to go, but you don’t want to copy and paste every value individually.

Now you can hit the share button and choose “Export.” You can copy the values in a few different formats: Plain text, JSON, LESS, SCSS or Stylus. Let me know if I’m missing a format you’d like!

Yada yada yada

I bumped Knockout to version 2.3.0 and updated the brand color keywords.

Wait, why are you still reading this? Go try it already!

Responses

Calvin Ross Carl says

Ooo, I love the LESS export, and Color Thief works awesome on it!

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Raymond says

This going to make design from a distance much easier ..thank you..great piece of work!

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