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I was looking at this article: WPF : A Simple Color Picker With Preview[^]
Which has three different types of color swatches to pick from, but none of them look like the color swatches I've seen in other programs (although the second one looks like a square version of something in Photoshop). So my question is, what is the logic in designing a color swatch? I can't seem to find any discussion of the relative benefits of a particular color layout.
Does anybody know of a good reference for why you should layout colors in a particular arrangement versus another?
So my question is, what is the logic in designing a color swatch? I can't seem to find any discussion of the relative benefits of a particular color layout.
For the same color space there are no benefits outside of preference. So this app I would think is more of a how-to / proof of concept in that regards. However, when using a different color space / model they are hugely helpful visualizing the space.