Skala Color brings awesome, elegant color picker to the Mac

Skala, Bjango's next generation interface design tool for Mac, is still under development but a component of it, Skala Color, has just launched — and it's free for everyone. Skala Color is pretty much everything you want in a color picker. From Bjango:

Skala Color is a compact and feature-rich OS X color picker that works with a huge variety of formats, covering everything you're likely to need for web, iOS, Android and OS X development — Hex, CSS RGBA, CSS HSLA, UIColor, NSColor and more. It also automatically recognises colors copied to the clipboard, presenting them as a swatch that can be applied with a single click.

Check out the video above for more. If you've had your fill of crayons and the other OS X defaults, give Skala Color a try and see how you like it. Then let me know!

Skala Color brings awesome, elegant color picker to the Mac

Rene Ritchie

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Galley says:

I've never used anything like it!

Marc Edwards says:

Hopefully that’s a very good thing. Feedback is always welcome!

lesposen says:

Congrats Marc!

When I teach advanced Keynote techniques, colour picking is an essential component. This should help lots!