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How To Use PANTONE Color Of The Year 2017 In Your Designs
By Dorothy Tan, 03 Jan 2017
“Go big with green: From bold background patterns, solids or gradients to photos that really show off greens, many website and print designs can feature green with ease.” Image by LC Groupe
PANTONE revealed its Color of the Year 2017 late last year—while Greenery does not seem like a very conventional choice, it is indeed bright and refreshing.
Website Design Shack recently shared an article that shows ways you can incorporate this nature-inspired green into your designs.
For instance, instead of sticking to the exact shade of Greenery, you can take inspiration for it and play with similar shades that have more blue or yellow in them.
Read more about how you can use Greenery in your design work here—what do you think of the PANTONE Color of the Year 2017?
“Greenery accents: It’s just bright enough that it can help buttons pop off a background – light or dark – and is an engaging call to action trigger.”
“Mix it up: Tints, tones and shade of Greenery can provide interesting twists on design projects.”
[via Design Shack]
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