TheAspenStand: Looking for Color Options is Easy with Bubbles

Monday, June 1, 2020

Looking for Color Options is Easy with Bubbles



If you have ever seen a design on a product and wished the text or background was a different color, I'm going to let you in on a little color information as it relates to Zazzle designs. 

You may look at a product and wonder what that particular item would look like in green text or a blue background. Or you might consider adding your custom information if it was in red or orange. 

Well if you've been surfing through designs on Zazzle you may have ignored the colored dots to the right of the product image. If you did, allow me to show you what those are. 

I selected the children's coloring birthday party invitations below in my Papr Emporium store to show you. 
You might see the color bubbles as solid or as two colors shown below. The top row of Design Theme colors are what you'll see with the coloring birthday party invitation. The bottom row of solid bubbles is from a group of class reunion save the date products I have in the store. 
Not all products may be suited in a variety of colors or simply may not have been made with the color option in mind. 
The two images below show the bubbles for the background and specific text colors on this coloring theme invitation. You see the half white and half pink and half yellow and half black in this case on the birthday designs.

If you are familiar with technology, you know everything doesn't always work as expected. 
Now you know what those color bubbles are to the right of product images so keep an eye out and see how other colors look on those particular products. 

I would love to read your feedback so leave a comment. If you have any questions please ask especially if it has to do with a new color option on a product. 

2 comments:

  1. Thanks for the clarification, Patricia. Color is so important in design!

    Carol

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  2. Thanks for checking out the post and leaving a comment Carol. I'm glad you found it helpful. I been told that people overlook the bubbles and don't even click on them to see the options.

    Thanks again.

    Regards,
    Patricia

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