Photoshop: How can I harmonize a colour palette

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Hello!

Can you please help me up! I have the following colour
palette. The last two colours are the primary colours which will be the driving
colours of the website and PDF reports. I wonder how do I harmonize all colours
so that they look all in sync with one another?

 I need a unified colour
palette for the website/pdf reports. Is there a way to do that easily but in a
professional way in Photoshop? I tried applying unifying colour actions in
Photoshop (Florabella Colorplay) but those dilute the original colours.

Thanking you so much!)



Dave
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I would recommend checking color.adobe.com as a resource. It's a site that allows you to establish color formula and import those into your Adobe apps. It's a shame Photoshop doesn't have some of these features, but honestly with CC Libraries it's all fairly seamless.

Once you create your system, you can then save it to your CC Library and import those swatches in Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign, and anything else. That's helpful if you're making so many assets because it'll be consistent across the apps.