Graphic Design

How to design with complementary colors

Today we will be designing with complementary colors. According to color theory, complementary colors are the opposite hues on the color wheel. They are high contrast colors that will make for high-impact, memorable brand designs. Check out our blog post about complementary colors here:

Begin designing by changing your Brandkit colors to some stunning complementary colors. In the lefthand menu go ahead and select Brand Kit and scroll to find your color palette. From there you can delete a color or change the color itself. Once you are done you will be able to easily access complementary colors on your artboards!

This color combination results in designs that are bright and pop. Examples of some complementary colors are:

– Red and Green
– Yellow and Purple
– Orange and Blue
– Green and Magenta

In just a click you can change your color pallete to reflect vibrant complementary colors!

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