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Color System

Step into the new era of UI color management. Add unlimited colors, organize them into groups, and generate lighter, darker and transparent color variants effortlessly.
With our color management system, you can set your variable names for each color and also sort your colors into groups. By default, our framework comes with 3 groups, Accent, Neutral and Status. You can add more groups by clicking on the Create new color group button at the bottom.
Colors Interface

1. Adding and Removing Colors

To add a new color, simply click the plus (+) icon under the last color in the group.
Adding a New Color
Removing a color is just as easy! Simply hover over the color that you would like to delete and click the mini menu (a series of 3 dots aligned vertically) to bring up the options. Here you'll see the option to delete at the bottom. You may need to click twice for confirmation.
Please keep in mind that deleted colors cannot be recovered.
Deleting a Color

2. Changing Colors and Value Types

To change your color, simply click on the color itself or the value field to bring up the color picker. You can also choose between multiple color value types:

Generating Extra Colors

Bring up the color's extra options
By clicking on the down arrow in the color row, you will bring up extra options where you can:

3. Generate Utility Classes

Generate Utility Classes Row
With each color, you will have the option to generate utility classes for text, background and borders. These will be automatically generated depending on which of the 3 items you have selected.

4. Generate Transparent Variants

Generate Transparent Variants Row
By checking this option, you can automatically generate 9 transparent variants of the selected color. If your color variable is --primary, then you can use --primary--10 (meaning 10% transparency) through to --primary-90.

5. Generate Shades

Generate Shades Row
With this option enabled, you will see a dropdown showing you the shades generated from your color. You can select the amount in the count box ranging from 3 up to 10 shades.

5. Generate Tints

Generate Tints Row
Similarly to the shades above, you can also generate tints for your colors.