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- December 27, 2018 at 11:46 am #50917
Hey You can try this,
Darker & Lighter Variations:
darker and lighter variations are mostly used on a particular theme color.
Real-World Color Variations:
You can try a shadow as a darker variation on a base color.
Here are some additional rules:
Darker color variation = higher saturation + lower brightness and vice versa
Lighter color variation = lower saturation + Higher brightness
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