Wow, that's cool. Love the idea. Congrats! 🥳🍾 You should be really proud of it.
Used to be a kinda-designer, so always love Pantone chips.
Thank you! I always find Pantone color samples so aesthetically pleasing. My sister is an enamel pin designer and uses them as color reference for her manufacturer, so I think it may have been a result of a lot of recent exposure.
Even though I actually used to use it, I haven't thought the possibility of a project such as this.
Thank you for showing me such creativity.✨
Thank you so much, Juneau! I'm so glad you enjoy it as much as I do 😊
I was actually thinking the same thing! I am SO bad with color! But I think it could be cool to have options for the closest colors (within a few digits of the color code provided) and also the most opposite.
Congrats on shipping! And then talking about it. Both easier said than done.
Thanks, Ben! I wish I had saved a version of what it looked like a few days ago when I first started working on it. The final version is so much prettier and better functioning lol
Congrats! Small tip, use Math.floor instead of Math.round in your random code, otherwise it's biased to give you the last element of the array less often.
Oh this is so good to know, thank you so much!
Hell yeah! Finishing a project that was once just an idea is the most magical thing. Congrats!
Cool! Love the randomizer! Checking out your repo.
Great job! Creating stuff is so fun. And completing something is very rare.
Wooo! Congrats Emily, I've been following your journey on twitter for a few months now! So inspiring to see what you've built. Love this project idea too!
Thank you, Kayley! I'm so flattered! 😭💕
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