In case you haven’t noted, the web is practically a spring of color tools that will help you to create your color themes quickly and efficiently. Have a look at these 12 indispensable web-based color tools and prepare to be amazed by the power of color.

Adobe Colour CC

Adobe Colour CC
This tool used to be called Adobe Kuler and over the years developed into a powerful theme generator and sharing resource. You can try out colors, create color schemes and save them. Using the desktop version of the tool, you can easily export your color scheme to Photoshop, InDesign or Illustrator.

ColourLovers

ColourLovers
This is basically a collection of user-generated color palettes to inspire you in your own theme making activities. You can browse the database, save the ideas you like most and get suggestions for other colors that match the one you chose.

Sphere

Sphere
This is a smart color visualizer tool to help you pick out tints and hues located in a color wheel. Its simple and intuitive interface makes the tool indispensable in choosing the right color palette with fully harmonizing values.

The Color App

The Color App
This is an iOS app that helps users to find colors. It provides a large grid of colors, color samples, full information on a color’s Hex, HSLA and RGB value and allows to create a color palette, which is a perfect method to check whether two colors go well together.

Hexu.al

Hexu.al
Hexu is a fun tool you can use to change the boring letter-and-number Hex color values into unique and fun names. #COOCOO or #BAOBAB are simply worth it.

Multicolr Search Lab

Multicolr Search Lab
This is an amazing repository of over 10 million Creative Commons images taken directly from Flickr to help you get inspired by various color combinations. This is probably the easiest way to get hold of free images with particular color sets. The tool itself is intuitive and really interesting to use.

Pictaculous

Pictaculous

This simple tool allows to pick out colors from an uploaded picture and helps you to create a specific style or mood by choosing the colors for your palette.

SpyColor.com

SpyColor
SpyColor is a practical service that gives you all the information about any color. It can convert a value to many color models, such as RGB or CMYK, and provide a range of schemes to choose from – monochromatic colors, complementary, split-complementary, triadic, tetradic, five-tone, clash or analogous colors.

Hex Color Scheme Generator

Hex Color Scheme Generator

This is a smart and simple tool which will build upon an already existing color reference. Paste your Hex color value to get a selection of nice colors that can be used with your base color, creating a consistent and professional look.

ColorZilla

ColorZilla

What used to be a mere Firefox plugin is now a powerful browser extension (for Firefox and Chrome). It includes a whole wealth of color-oriented tools, such as a color picker, css gradient creator, palette browser and eye-dropper.

Colr.org

Colr

Colr provides a detailed color from image analysis to help you see the whole range of available colors in a picture and make a conscious theme choice. It doesn’t look as polished as other similar tools, but its analysis isn’t automated, so it offers a really valuable perspective on the color range of an image.

Ultimate CSS Gradient Generator

Ultimate CSS Gradient Generator

CSS3 gradients can be tricky to write. You usually need to know different color values and add vendor prefixes to make it work across various platforms. This tool offers a simple interface to do the job for you – set up your gradient and generate a code.

Using those tools, you’ll make sure that coloring your website is fun, easy and efficient.

Author Bio. :- Arun Som  is the technical content writer of Hopinfirst that helps startups and enterprises in mobile technology and having a great experience in software development, mobile app development, website development and digital marketing.