It's the final week of January's Color Palettes challenge!
Last week, we played with a pop of shocking pink along with black & white. Check out the Pens from week two in our collection #CodePenChallenge: Color Pop 🎈
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Week Four Prompt: Perfect Purples 🍇
This week we're going monochromatic with a palette of purples: a soft orchid, a pleasing plum, and a dusky deep purple.
Create a Pen with this purple color palette: #E2A9E5, #632C65, #4B384C. You could choose to only use these colors, or use them as a starting point to experiment with a wider palette.
How to Participate
Create a Pen and tag it codepenchallenge and the weekly tag cpc-purple. We'll gather those Pens into a collection and share our favorites on Twitter and Instagram (Use the #CodePenChallenge tag on Twitter and Instagram as well).
- Design a monochromatic UI with these purples.
- Use the palette as gradient color stops in a background or border.
- Surprise us with a twist on this palette! Maybe you could extend the palette with more color, or work with their color-wheel opposites.
- Building UI? Check out this primer on design with a monochromatic color scheme from Design Bombs.
- Brush up on your gradient skills with linear-gradient and radial-gradient, and gradient border resources from CSS-Tricks.
- Want to extend the palette? Punch these colors into Adobe Color and play around to find harmonious additions to the color scheme.