Preparing the design of a PowerPoint presentation not only needs to have the best content, layout but also the colors matter. Here we will show you some tools that you can use to find the best color combination for your powerpoint presentations.
These tools and generators are free tools that may help you to find the perfect color scheme and combination to use in your Slides. Of course you may try to use other resources and get some inspiration from other design websites or even in Pinterest, but this may be helpful for many presenters. These tools may help to choose the right background color but also the color scheme to use for text and graphics and keep a good color contrast in your Slides.
Kuler Free Color Themes
What is Kuler? Kuler is a nice online color tool from Adobe where you can find and browse from thousands of awesome color schemes or generate your own with advanced but user-friendly tools. You can also access the community of users including designers who really know about the color theory.
Go to https://kuler.adobe.com
Piknik Color Chooser
Piknik is a free tool that will generate a different color by moving the cursor on its web page. Click anywhere to lock the color and then you can click on RGB, HEX or HSL string to copy the exact color value to your clipboard.
Go to http://color.aurlien.net/
0to255 Free Color Tool
0to255 is an original color paletter where you can find good color schemes for your powerpoint and PPT Slides. By using 0to255 you not only get color ideas but also a complete palette with the scheme and variants.
This simple tool helps web designers and presenters to find lighter and darker colors based on any base color. 0to255 cures your color manipulation woes. Simply pick the color that you want to start with and 0to255 gives you a range of colors from black to white using an interval optimized for web design. Then, just click the variation you want to use and the hex code is automatically copied to your clipboard. 0to255 is fun, simple, and a huge time-saver.
See a real example http://0to255.com/5ee890
You can learn more about working with colors in powerpoint presentations from How to choose the right color for a presentation.