5 comments

  • Jack Qiao, 3 years ago

    hey guys, I'm the guy that made this. Let me know if you have any questions or suggestions!

    2 points
  • Benji Smith, 3 years ago

    I really enjoyed reading the blog post talking about the algorithms and training process:

    http://colormind.io/blog/

    I'm an engineer as well as a designer, so it makes me very happy to see more projects bridging the gap between these two worlds.

    1 point
  • Jonas S, 3 years ago

    Interesting technical exercise.

    But, the problem with these color generators is that they dont know what what feelings I want to evoke or problem I want to solve, on what surface I want to apply them or the context and therefore useless. – But they are a good starting point someone might say. Yes, but it's not that hard to come up with a starting point on your own anyway. Therefore they try to solve a problem that don' really exist.

    0 points
    • Joel CalifaJoel Califa, 3 years ago

      I think putting together an initial palette is without question a problem that exists, especially if you want to keep new projects fresh. Tools like this one help you get there faster. Its role is not to design your project for you, it's to help you design it. Every tool has its limits, you just need to know what those limits are and take it from there.

      0 points
  • J HJ H, 3 years ago

    Great to see more and more design related AI popping up!

    0 points