creatING a color scheme
When colors are chosen to be used together in a project, it is called a “color story” or “color scheme.” There are many different ways colors can be combined. Most of these are based on color relationships on a diagram called a “color wheel.” Here are some color schemes:
Monochromatic: Using shades of one color. An example would be combining light blue and dark blue.
Complementary: Using colors opposite each other on the color wheel, such as red and green or blue and orange.
Analogous: Using colors next to each other on the color wheel, such as pinks and purples or yellows and greens.