A-hoy my fellow colour fanatics!
It’s a simple one, but an oh-so-useful-and-pretty one.
There came a time when we were referencing our colour palette far too often and we didn’t have a formal reference in Miro… So we created a colour palette template, and you can use it for your colours too!
Who can use it
- Marketers or designers can present color swatches as part of their moodboards, projects, brand styleguides, or as a reference file.
- Those who like to integrate Miro sticky notes into their designs - having a reference handy makes things super easy!
When to use it?
- As a communication tool to standardise the colors in your team
- To present shades as part of a design concept or moodboard
- To define your brand in a playful format
- To integrate the colours of the Miro sticky notes into your designs
What are the benefits?
- Be playful with how you represent your brand
- Be consistent with your colour choices
- Communicate standard colours choices your team
How do you use it
Grab the Miro template on Miroverse
Change the Primary and Secondary colours (plus hex codes) to your own
For design cohesion, integrate the standard Miro Sticky Note colours into your designs (if you use Miro), or a standard colour set you define yourself in other tools.
Define colour hues for light and dark emphasis
Share with your team, or save as a self-reference, or incorporate into your client work