Using Adobe Kuler in Your Favorite Apps
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: Jiggy Gaton
: Using Adobe Kuler in Your Favorite Apps
Let's face it, not all of us are good at picking contrasting colors, or colors that don't clash, and colors that are not downright ugly mugly. So that's where Kuler comes in, allowing you to, say, based on your corporate logo, a photograph, or a single frame of your movie, provide you with a set of color choices (often called swatches) that can then be applied throughout the project creation process - and across all the applications that you use.
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