A cute and fun way to put together a colour palette.
Gorgeous colour-processed images from NASA probes. I could stare at the fountains of Enceladus all day.
A really nice site dedicated entirely to making the web a better place for the colourblind.
Samantha put together this handy one-page site to explain Style Tiles as part of her South by Southwest presentation.
Hexadecimal colours and their corresponding dictionary definitions. Cute.
A very useful tip for creating cohesive colour palettes.
A cute little tool to help refine colour palettes.
A lovely idea, nicely implemented: time-conditional CSS.
A handy tool for generating colour palettes from images.
The wonderfully detailed analysis of a colour questionnaire.
A very nice colour picker from the brilliant Dmitry Baranovskiy.
This is a gorgeous-looking website. I have no idea what it's about.
A pattern library that considers colour blindness.
A very handy tool for extracting colour schemes from photographs.
The colour scheme is a little odd (though I expect this will change from month to month) but the typography is tasteful and the content is king.
A beautiful use of the Flickr API that allows you to browse photos with a colour picker.
A handy tool for putting colour palettes together.
Matt's bit of fun from the Last.fm hackday. Hannah's had the best generated lyric juxtaposition, "love drunk home fuck good night."
Mark's book is almost ready. Really. It's got its own site and everything so it must be true.
Did you know that you could use del.icio.us to bookmark colour palettes? Neither did I.
A very handy little app that sits in your menu bar on OS X and can instantly show you how your screen would look if you were colour blind.
The front page of The Guardian website has been redesigned with some good use of typography and colour. Shame it's so wide though.
Tom Watson's new site design changes stylesheets with the season. More of this kind of thing please, Web.
Nice online colour tool from Adobe labs.
Jon redesigns too. It's lovely, but a bit wide for my taste.
Shaun is pushing the boundaries of CSS as an indicator of the passage of the time. I'm really happy to see this kind of experimentation: this is exactly why we want separation of content and presentation.
Dan has redesigned. Or maybe that should be realigned. Either way, it feels just perfect. Talented bastard.
This is the most amazing optical effect in the world... or at least a good mind hack.
This is a beautiful blog.