Create a Brand Color Palette With This Free Tool

Sep 13, 2022Web Design, Website Design

Create a Brand Color Palette With This Free Tool

In today’s video, I walk you through using a FREE online tool to create a brand color palette. This is so crucial for working on any marketing materials.

This is a great way to get some inspiration and take the guesswork out of choosing branding colors that work well together. You can even save the palette as an image or pdf for easy reference.

Check out this free tool at  https://coolors.co/.

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