How does it work?
Polarite is a machine learning assisted decision making app for generating harmonious color schemes.
WHAT IS IT?
ONLY AVAILABLE FOR IOS & ANDROID
How does it work?
MEANINGFUL DATA WITH
Make decisions swiping colors left and right.
A.I. will get to know you in the background with your every decision.
Over 20 different algorithms get feedback from A.I. and race to create harmonious color schemes
Export schemes to Adobe products using ASE files, copy/paste as hex codes or CSS strings.
SHARING IS CARING
Share easily using various apps such as Pinterest, Instagram, Dribbble, Twitter, etc. or transfer to your computer using AirDrop. No watermarks.
All the data Polarite gathers/creates are stored on your device. There is no central server. You may clear all the data from Favs screen anytime you want.
TRAINING THE SYSTEM
Have fun swiping
BROWSE THE OPTIONS
Swipe 10-20 colors for optimal, 50 colors for the best results.
These are actual samples generated by Polarite after a very short (2-3 min) training. For better results longer (+5 min) sessions are recommended.
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What does Polarite do differently?
Polarite gets to know you based on the decisions you make and does all the creating. You observe and export the schemes you like. There are no color sliders to create colors on this app by design.
Do we need another Color Tool?
Artists (from painters to concept artists), designers (from graphic designers, industrial designers, textile designers to interior designers) all work with color. We have several generations of software to tackle finding the best and most harmonious colors programmatically. And yet it is still one of the hardest unsolved problems.
We have traditional color harmony theories and use them on our own way. But you probably already know this; they don't create wonders.
Our first attempt was to create tools that leverage these traditional theories.
Then we decided that they don't work well, so we created platforms people can share and rate awesome man-made color schemes. One of the best example is Gal Shir's Colorhunt.
Polarite belongs to the next genre of apps where machine learning does all the work, and artists/designers curate the results they like. Autodesk's Generative Design tool is one of the pioneers.
Can't wait to see what is next.
Who is behind the app?
Hi! I'm Cem. I had the privilege to work on some awesome projects as a graphic designer, digital product designer and project manager in the past. I teach 'Interactive Graphic Design' classes at Dokuz Eylul University for almost ten years now.
I'm a hobbyist coder. Polarite is my hobby project. It has a long roadmap ahead of us and I am committed to support the app as long as I can.
Ziyacan Bayar, for enduring my naggings about the product and UX design
Damien Guard, for allowing me to use his awesome monotype font although it is copyrighted.
All the friends and family who took their time to test and gave precious feedback.