A simple, smart approach to choose color palettes

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Culrs gives you a simple and smart approach to choose the right color palettes.... Yes I know what you might be thinking! There are plenty of similar products in the market, but what is it that makes us so unique that you should ditch other products and use ours? Culrs is a product that is constantly updating and learning the color theory and science of colors from all over the internet, as well as the strategic color theory concepts used by some of the great products that people have already adapted to, in their daily life. Heavily under development, Culrs is ever cozying up to the users to deliver what we believe they deserve. Our vision is to integrate a better choice of colors not just for the designer, but for anyone who is starting off their dreams by building something that matters to human life. And we think that it’s the thing that your user sees and gets attracted to, is what is going to sell, and choosing the right combination of colors will simplify 80% of your work while building your dream. So, what are you waiting for? Let’s get started! Sit back, relax and feel Culrs. And yea You are also Invited to our behance design release Thanks in advance :) P.S. We are currently focusing on desktop users only
Please make this a bit more mobile friendly?
@ambonium Sure we are slowly working into it, The thing is we want the app to be native so we are moving into hybrid development we will be soon launching the mobile apps and desktop apps for different OS :)
@iamarnob it's really hard to get any information at all from the website on mobile (I can't get past the pop up), so it's hard for me to tell if I want to use it!
@sammycdubs Will surely update our mobile website as soon as possible :) There were some specific reasons to keep it a desktop based web app (Y)
@iamarnob PROtip: today is a good day for the digital bandaid. Don't waste anyone else's time. If the mobile experience is unusable, get a landing page up with device detection: let users know your current focus is desktop. (On an iPhone 6S running iOS 10 and a 6 running jail broken iOS 9, users go through the "how this works" sequence and then cannot escape the last screen.)
@kkdub Updated with a basic one :) Thanks for that suggestion
I like it. I do think it may need a bit more polish here and there and there seems to be a lot of nothing going on when you land on the application. Keep at it though and I look forward to seeing the native apps mentioned in another comment/
@adammydesign Thanks for commenting first of all, Its still a beta version we are working hard to make it more useful :)
@iamarnob Yeah no problem. I did notice it was still beta, just thought I'd throw my two pence at it. Good luck dude :-)
@adammydesign Thanks keep sharing and stay tuned for more updates
Does desktop based web app mean electron / react / angular? Native javascript app is somehow better for color palette coding or just easier to iterate into an MVP faster? Either way you can have a nice mobile browser experience and desktop app. Its not 2012.
@jamescampbell It's just an MVP to see if a color palette website can be more than just an organised collection of hex codes :)
@iamarnob that makes sense to me
@jamescampbell Thanks for commenting :)
@imarnob totally loved the approach you have taken and the vision. Definitely going to my bookmarks tab and looking for future updates. For next release recommend a feature to know about a color, user inputs a color code and the app suggests information from your database as you have categorized (emotion, target audience) apps that have similar primary color and their target audience etc.
@pradeep_io Thanks for that suggestion, will surely take this down into our notepads :)