Kuler from Adobe is now available

The new Kuler web site and the Kuler iPhone app are now available for use.

Kuler is a cloud-based application for making color themes using an iPhone or using your browser. With Kuler on the iPhone, you can capture color inspiration wherever you are, using the camera or camera roll. And because we know people need options, we’ve also redesigned the Kuler website; it’s rich, responsive and tablet-friendly.

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As mentioned, there are two ways to capture colour themes on the iPhone, firstly via the camera, and secondly via a photo that already exists on your camera roll. When Kuler is opened, small circles will move around, Kuler is finding themes for you. If the screen is touched, the circles will freeze and individual colours can then be manually selected with a finger or a stylus.


When a theme has been created, there is an opportunity to name, tag and make the it public (Kuler will need to be logged to your Adobe ID for this to work).

The Kuler swatches are synced from the iPhone to the web site and also to the Kuler exchange panel (shown below in Photoshop), as well as to Adobe Illustrator CC to use in your designs.

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Once Kuler has been selected, the panel will open and the new swatch can easily be found. Notice that the theme is linked to me as i signed in with my Adobe ID, therefore linked to my account.

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Other swatches can be created or edited within the Photoshop Kuler panel, then uploaded to the Kuler website.

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Additional screen shots showing the same theme that came from the iPhone App (as shown above) and was synchronised with the Kuler web app  (I am logged in with my Adobe ID to the Kuler Web App and the iPhone to see these themes)

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(additional details of the theme that was just created).

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Use Kuler on your favorite browser: kuler.adobe.com (Don’t forget to login with your Adobe ID)

And download the Kuler iPhone app: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/adobe-kuler/id632313714?ls=1&mt=8

Also, read this article that I posted last Friday.

3 Responses to Kuler from Adobe is now available

  1. I think that link kuler.adobe.com is dead, at least I can’t open that link using Chrome latest version.