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Don’t let your color palette be an airball

In this article, you’ll uncover tips on how to create a color palette that empowers your people and helps tell your product’s story.

It’s no secret that designers have been painting user interfaces with light-colored, eye-straining palettes in attempt to look modern and fresh. But has anyone stopped and…

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UX , Research, Leadership— ruxers.com — Denver.

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