Friday, January 13, 2017

A Smart Way to Manage Colour Schemes for iOS Application Development

Application with an intuitive colour scheme attracts us. Selecting a contextual as well as soothing colour scheme for your next application must be the first step before you start writing down a single line of code. You know that, me too. But the world does not. Especially the clients or designers who love to do a little bit experiment with UI ��. Changing the whole colour scheme at the final round of development may be a problem to you, not for them.

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iOS, iPhone, iPad, Objective-C, Swift, xCode, iOS Color schemes