Adobe kuler (the rich Internet application for color exploration and sharing, in case you’ve been chilling under a rock) now features some cool integration with Flickr, creating color harmonies from images. To try it, click the "Create" button at left, then choose "From an Image." Next to the button that lets you upload your own shots, you’ll see a Flickr button that lets you browse and search images that you & others have shared. (Here’s a screenshot.) Foxy.
Other new tweaks debut today on kuler as well:
- Time-based theme browsing (last 7 days, last 30 days, all days), to surface more user-generated content
- Theme details now includes a More Info view, where you can choose your avatar and find the theme’s direct link (for blog links, or to email or IM, etc.)
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Can’t wait to try these out, but as always, the Kuler Flash player detection is somewhat broken on the page. This seems to happen with the Kuler site intermittently.
[Hmm–it’s working fine for me in Safari even with the FP10 beta installed. –J.]
It works great in Safari, not so much in Firefox. I’m looking forward to it working better in Firefox.
Hi Chad, we’re working on it. Please post your browser for us on kuler talk. Thanks!
Looks like a refresh fixes this in some cases. For other issues, please report on kuler talk so we can track it in one place. Thanks!
perfect, I used it with an image of Jimmy Stewart in “rear window”, totally amazing feature!
A public note to Sami, you rock… thanks for helping trouble shoot my issues and fix Kuler for me!