Color’s makers describe it quite simply as “the color matching game”: match your colors against the color wheel and work upward, adjusting for variables along the way. Like Kern Type and Shape Type before it, it’s also a tutorial you’ll actually want to explore, whether or not you care about its educational value or coolness factor. (Also available: a supplementary version for the color-blind.)
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