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uiGradients: Modern Dual-tone Colour Gradients for Designers & Developers by Indrashish Ghosh

uiGradients: Beautiful Colour Gradients & CSS Code, by Indrashish Ghosh (@_ighosh), is certainly some very pretty, and quite useful, eye candy that will please many graphic and web designers.

I've had this lovely website bookmarked for a few weeks now, after initially tweeting it; it's been in my 'to blog' list until now. Christmas is all but here, and I wanted to post something colourful and useful.

If you struggle to come up with pleasing gradients for your designs, then uiGradients is worth bookmarking. It'll allow you to select from a healthy library of colour gradients from which to bring your web designs to life.

You can also 'Get the CSS Code' (as below), which makes it super easy to make your website look really pretty:

 

UIGradients Influenza CSS Code

If you're the sort of person that likes to give as well as take, then you can also 'Add your Gradient', for instant Karma points:

Adding a gradient is easy. All gradients are read from agradients.json file which is available in this project's repo. Simply add your gradient details to it and submit a pull request

 

UIGradients-Add-Gradient








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