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If you’re a designer, especially for the web, a color picker or color sampling tool is almost certainly part of your arsenal. But did you know that OS X actually already includes one?

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If you’re a designer, especially for the web, a color picker or color sampling tool is almost certainly part of your arsenal. But did you know that OS X actually already includes one?

DigitalColor Meter is a tool that lets you sample colors on your screen to get their color values that you can then copy and paste for use elsewhere.

In this TechUniversity DigitalColor Meter screencast (subscription required), I’ll show you the in’s and out’s of the app and how you can use it in your design workflow.

View full DigitalColor Meter screencast on TechUniversity (subscription required)

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  2. Nice post thanks for sharing the information, by making the thoughts of an designer to come out from his mind.

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