Comply with your brand guidelines and add colours and gradients to your workspace.

The workspace colours will be saved and displayed in the editor. It is very handy when you make shapes or add backgrounds to your blocks.

Uploading colors

The add a color button is there for you to press! Click it and you will be able to add another color to your workspace. It will open the following box

Add colors by typing in your color code. Not sure about the code; just click the little box next to the code and your color picker will appear.

You can also choose the transparency of your color.

Uploading gradients

Add a gradient by clicking the big "Add a gradient". And a nice pop up will appear. Let's break down all the gradient possibilities

  1. selecting gradient type

  2. direction

  3. color

  4. transparency.

Linear vs. Radial gradient

Tappable allows you to add 2 types of gradients. We have the Linear and the radial gradient. As their names suggests one has linear gradual progression and the other one a circular one. The difference will obviously be shown in the preview.

Direction

Now shall we choose a direction? You have 8 directions you can choose from. It will go from the first selected color to the second selected color in the direction you desire. Feel free to play around with the arrows to see the differences.

Color

Now how do we choose our colors? The gradient has 2 colors, first/top color and the second/bottom one in our interface. The gradient will always flow from the top one to the bottom one.

You can choose your colours by pressing add color or filling in the color code. This process is exactly the same as you color selection. See above 👆.

If you started with your workspace colors, they will be saved here too.

Transparent is also a color. You can always come back to transparent by clicking the crossed eye icon.

You're never fully satisfied. So you think you've created the best gradient out there but no the blue is just a touch too light! But you still want to keep your masterpiece. 😥

We thought about you! Create a new gradient and just click your masterpiece of a gradient and you'll see that the setting will reaper like magic. Then it's just a matter of make your blue a bit lighter.

And SAVE

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