Libreoffice Design Session 2017-03-19 - Default palette
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Response IDPaletteComments
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1791Number 1 is light enough for backgrounds.
Number 2 ist good, but colours are too close to each another.
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2941I usually create my own colors.
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3101If possible add Material Design color.
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3921Few colours is better
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162Variant 2, but change last row
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262The difference between 5. and 6. row (from top) is not large enough. I would drop the 5. row and only keep the 6. row.
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712Seems there are more usable and distinguishable colors in variant 2.
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1432I also like the colors in V3, but not in this order. It should be lightest (white) left top to darkest
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1472I prefer palettes with many choices with pastel colours. Splashy colors give usually bad results when printed, pastel colors are smooth and easy to the eyes.
Hence variant 2 and 3 are better to my eyes. I selected variant 2 but variant 3 is good too. Variant 1 is poor WRT pastel colours.
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2202in Variant 2, the second last row and the last row do not differ enough
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2322More progressive color gradation show, to choose easily.
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2432If the basic colors are on top, everyone is going to use just those and all LibreOffice documents will more likely look less professional because of the super strong colours.
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2592It's easiest to use since same color variant is grouped in one column.
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2602I tend to use color for highlighting and colored text in some cases. #2 and #3 iwould find useful for different situations
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2682for me it is the most logical palette plus it is close to other color paletts in other software
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3082I prefer the middle one since it has a clearly recognizable system.
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3282Grey Scale (Variant 2) would be more efficient if saturated colours (line 6) would be just under the greys (line 2)
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3342I like the idea to put a row with RYB based basic colors. It gives a quick access to the basic colors
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4742Variant 1 looks weird because 3+4+7+8 are too dark compared to the rows next of them.

Variant 2 looks more color balanced but lacks of dark colors. The last 3 rows show shadowed colors.

Varient 3 is missing good and shiny blue and green tones compared to the other varients.
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5062Only move the last 2 right color lines to the beginning on the left.
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5072Definitely not Variant 1.
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5342The colours are better ordered, so it'is more user friendly.But would prefer there are less similar colours, 3 columns of greens may be put an orange and a brown?
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243Variant 2 is missing dark colors with good saturation, such as a nice dark green.
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593Thanks
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663Variant #3 is the most natural when you consider LO is mainly used for printed result.
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803Option 1 has few colors that are low saturated, which are no good for charts. Option 2 has few saturated colors, which are good for charts but not for texts. Option 3 is balanced.
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1493The third option seems to be the best for me, it has the basic colors on top, and both saturation and luminance variations neatly organized.
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1753Variant 3 is the most clear and what most general users will want.
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1783#3 is nice variation of bright and dark, and realistic colors.(#1 is too messy, #2 is only bright colors, dark are missing)
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2013It would be better to show "continuous" colorspace rather then pallete with some chosen colors.
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2473…I would not mind if we moved away from the 12 super saturated and easily disharmonious main colors (Very 1990 8 Bit…). Instead, I would suggest a default theme eg. main colors of the Tango-Iconset or so.
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2853I would reduce the number of rows in variant 3 to 5 or 6 rows.
The number of columns can be reduced as well.
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2923The third one has things grouped in a way that's useful for me--grayscale starting with black, the second row with full intensity colors, and then descending by column a gradient of those colors.
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3253white to black like in variant 1
color order from variant 1
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3333From these picks I'd say Variant 3 has the best, more modern color pallett that is more useful of straight bright colors that aren't pleasing to the eye in most graphic design or desktop document usage.
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3593Variant 1 = too many muddy / dark colours..

variant 2 = too pastelly.
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36433 is the most comprehensible, ergonomic ?
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3963the different shades (3rd–9th row) do not really correspond to the 2nd row; I think the 2nd row is too saturated for normal use (except for highlighting), yet the different shades are too pale/unsaturated; the orange and red columns look very similar
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4033Easiest to find what you're looking for.
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4063Variant 1 could work, but variant 2 is useless
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4613Prefer Variant 3 sequence for the greys. Its color gradient seems preferable to the bands of var 1. Variant 2 is a mess and unusable.
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4763Variant 3 is easy to find primary colours and perfect to choose one with the same luminance
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4833Hello : we often miss very light colors as a background.
I mean more than the Variant 3
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5053The Variant 3 has the most common colors on the top, right below the grayscale. Looks logical and intuitive.
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5163More lightest colors for backgrounds
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5253Too many colors too close together.
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5273fully saturated colors are rather unprofessional and result in badly designed documents in most cases. LO should encourage good design!
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5323Top row, hange the order to white to black
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