If you're checking this product out, it's very likely you've seen screenshots and videos of other people's Photoshop user interface and noticed they've custom-colored some of the UI elements.
At first glance—sure—it looks cool, but if you try to follow any of these tutorials on how to change the colors yourself, you end up with confusing user interface that's incredibly distracting once you start working on your projects. And then you have to revert back to default UI because it's difficult to focus on canvas with bright or whatever random colors flying around.
I followed these tutorials and tried replicating the same effect myself, but the experience of having random colors for some of the most important UI elements was horrible.
So I went ahead and created 10 custom User Interfaces where the color science is applied according to UI elements and their hierarchy. The final result is User Interface that's beautiful and easy to look at.
Each interface is created with 4 different shades of the same color. This means you get to enjoy the new interface look of your favorite software without any distractions in your workflow.
If you have any questions, feel free to reach out @theJosephBlaze on Twitter.
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