Khroma Colors

The AI color tool for designers.

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Khroma is the fastest way to discover, search, and save original color combos, gradients, and palettes personalized for you. Using machine learning, Khroma recognizes colors you like and intelligently pairs them together. Browse infinite combos pinterest-style and build your collection!

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Reviews

  • Kevin ReeversSoftware Developer
    Pros: 

    Seems like a great idea

    Cons: 

    No error nor feedback options...hence this report

    Tested in FF57. On generator page no error, no loading, just the inital generating box. Attempted to leave a comment somewhere outside of here, no where on site which is odd for a beta.

    Kevin Reevers has used this product for one day.
  • Anthony Del RosarioSoftware Developer
    Pros: 

    Simple design and super usefull!!

    Cons: 

    When I changed views I will like it to have the same pick and order of color combinations than reloading it

    I wish it could be able to download the trained data and import it so I don't have to choose the colors again, I understand is in beta right now and that localstorage is being used.

    Anthony Del Rosario has used this product for one day.

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Tregg@treggify · Designer
It would be really cool to be able to pick colors based on demographics rather than personal taste. I'm a color blind designer. I rarely have opinions on color, so seeing what other people like is a big plus for me. Super cool tool! Good job.
George HastingsMaker@soulegit · Product Designer, Attune
@treggify Good call! That's something I'd like to do in the next version.
jonathan barronville@jonathanmarvens · Software Engineer
http://georgehastings.com/khroma ← The background story made this worth an upvote for me. Good work 🙂.
Andrew R McHugh@armthethinker · UX Designer exploring V/AR at Samsung
Wow. This was the first time I've been able to generate a colors I'm really happy with quickly. Usually, I struggle with color palettes.
Will Brennan@wfb · Designer
This is neat but I don't like the constant pop-ups telling me to pick more of one color, then changing to another type when I start picking more of the first. Either let me pick the colors I like or don't.
jpbkkr@jaapbakker · Freelance front-end developer
Kind of a struggle at first picking 50 'favorite' colors. But after the process I got a couple really interesting color combinations I really like to use!