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Color Scheme

Creating a good interface and experience requires you to find the right mix of colors to display to user what is needed to be focused and what can be a supplement element. And it can be quite a tiresome process as well. Therefore I have curated different color schemes to help.

#fdbb2d
#22c1c3

#eeaeca
#94bbe9

#EE7785
#67D5B5

#3B4E32
#F8F8FF

#6a60a9
#fbd14b

#fff1b9
#3f4040

#fffcf0
#dedcee

#a5dff9
#feee7d

#4962f1
#e44c7d

#833ab4
#fd1d1d
#fcb045

#444f59
#fd999a
#fec8c9

#e85a71
#d8e9ef
#4ea1d3

#bd1550
#490a3d
#f8ca00

#fec9c9
#ee6e9f
#88dba3

#f9c00c
#00b9f1
#88dba3

#58c9b9
#df405a
#512645

Vincent HalimColor Scheme
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9 CSS Loaders that I absolutely love!

I have found that CSS loaders or pre-loaders as some would call them, are one of the fine details when designing a premium UI.

CSS Loaders are usually used add another layer of interaction when users are using the application. Loaders usually defines the state to the user that something is happening, and they should wait.

As I have mentioned in my previous article that can be found here.

Users like feedback, and like us, when we are using an application when it provides us constant feedback, we feel we are constantly engaged.

And loaders is one of the things you can add.

See below on the list of CSS loaders that I love the most.

1. Ana Tudor – Snake Loader

This loader is based on SVG and I love this because it reminds me of the old Nokia games, snake!


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2. Cassidy Williams

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3. Joshua Ward


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4. Vitaly Silkin


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5. Idan Gazit


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6. Michiel Bijil


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7. Irem Lopsum


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8. Spinkit


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9. Ana Tudor – Tomato Loader


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Hope that helps!

Vincent Halim9 CSS Loaders that I absolutely love!