Color quantization/approximation is a computer graphics process that reduces the number of colors required to represent an image while preserving the overall human-perceived quality.
Towards the end of last year, I wanted to work with Spotify’s music intelligence data about artists, tracks, and albums from its web API. Information about the listener’s top preferences, audio features of tracks and the genres classification on artists could produce some very insightful visualizations and engaging user interactions. With the help of GraphQL, I was able to iterate and scale a tiny React project into a fully-featured mobile-ready web app. Check it out here! Here is the story: