This is a lovely little post by Rob Weychert about color theory, hierarchy and how to implement those colors in a design system. It’s particularly interesting hearing what Rob has to say on HSL, which is an alternative way of setting the color of an element in CSS:
For color adjustment, HSL brings a level of granular control to the process that other color systems lack. And for implementation, Sass lets me assign color values to variables, which make system-wide iteration quick and painless.
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