This system uses three main color groups: Neutral, Primary and Secondary plus four feedback related color groups: Success, Warning, Error and Info. You don't have to use nor customize all colors. You can start by adding components to your layout and changing the swatches for this specific components.
Neutral colors are mainly used for the interface elements such as texts, dividers, borders and neutral backgrounds.
A primary color is the color displayed most frequently across the website and components. Primary color group is brand related. It is used for primary and important action and navigation elements such as buttons, links, tabs etc.
A secondary color provides more ways to accent and distinguish your UI elements. Having a secondary color is optional, and should be applied sparingly to accent select parts of your UI.
These colors are reserved to communicate feedback.
You can use this section to transfer the color palette from your Figma designs. Replace the image on the right with the Color Grid from Figma. Then use color picker while editing the swatch on the left to get the hex value from the Figma Grid.
To apply color background to an element add a class name related to a specific color. Class names for background colors are constructed like this: C B Neutral-100 (Color Background ColorName-ColorLevel). Below you can see all background color classes available in the system.
To apply color to a text element add a class name related to a specific color. Class names for text colors are constructed like this: C T Neutral-100 (Color Text ColorName-ColorLevel). Below you can see all text color classes available in the system.
Color can set the basic tone, mood, connotation and conception of a brand or a product. The right choice of color can support better readability of the information.