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How to Create a Brand Color Palette That Reflects Your Unique Style

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Brand Color Palette

Oct 22

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  1. Hema Nathan says:

    Hi Angela,
    Thank you for sharing! I really enjoyed this post! It’s more that just pleasing to the eye. I’m a florist in Singapore and I often have trouble explaining colour to my clients. The Breakdown of Colour Palettes chart you put up is extremely useful in discussions with my brides. Love your blog!

    • Angela says:

      Oh my goodness, I took a peek at your work and it’s GORGEOUS!! And yes, I didn’t even think of it in that way, but this could be super helpful for brides too!

  2. Shanna says:

    GREAT post Angela! So helpful and love seeing the theory behind each color and the strategy of using each when building a brand. You are just the best!! xx – Shanna

  3. Alyssa Wible says:

    I really love this!! Great way to think of how to actually break down a palette into how to apply it! This is a totally random question, but you’re using Showit, right? Can I ask how you created those button at the bottom of your blog post? Is that just css inside your actual blog post content? K, brb, gotta read the rest of your blog now! :)

    • Angela says:

      Thank you (and I hope it helps)! And yes, showit..but that is a little chunk of code. BUT, the new WordPress Gutenberg update as custom buttons you can pop in!

  4. Shinta says:

    This a really brilliant and creative ways to do brainstorming. Thanks

  5. Madhura Dharmadhikari says:

    This was a really helpful article. And so generous of you to provide a step by step guide like this.
    It is really helpful especially for people who are just starting, like myself.
    Thank you!

  6. Hi Angela
    Thank you for SO MUCH inspiration :)
    I work in online marketing but have a crush on beautiful designs and especially fonts, what is the font called that you have used for the business card that says: NOAM
    Thank you and have a great day
    Best Line

  7. Aemee says:

    Hi Angela :)
    Thank you so much for this blog post. It was super helpful and easy for me to understand!! I was wondering if you would share what font “ginger” is? I love it! Thank you again!

  8. Dana Nicole says:

    Color palette creation is one of my favorite things to do. SO much more goes into it than most people think (as you’ve pointed out)! You’ve done an excellent job touching on how important the thought-process behind choosing colors goes. Thanks for the great post!

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