m.j.hutchinson at gmail.com
Thu Apr 25 20:12:26 UTC 2013
On 14 April 2013 07:07, Galina Orlova <gala_orlova at yahoo.com> wrote:
> My name is Galina. I study IT product design and in my free time I learn
> programming. I have also taken a half a year academic course in C#
> programming and that is why I am so interested in mono project. You have a
> bunch of interesting projects for students and I would like to work on the
> one called Color Scheme Editor. I wonder if somebody has any ideas what
> would be the main/first steps for the project or give me some hints where I
> could go for inspiration. Thanks in advance.
The first step would be to look at the existing color scheme editor
and thinking of ways you could improve it. It's currently just a big
list of colors, which isn't a very good editing experience.
You might for example have a more interactive way of editing colors on
a sample document like this: http://studiostyl.es/schemes/create
Or a tool for generating a scheme based on several core colors:
Or perhaps some kind of contrast/color theory based engine for
identifying and highlighting potential problems in color schemes e.g.
black text on black background...
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