Sacramento Street has declared that Color911 is a handy tool that people can use regularly in their lives to design, inspire, and communicate with color.
New York, NY (PRWEB) February 13, 2014
Color911 has been selected by Sacramento Street as one of the “Top 12 Apps to Download” this year, voted on by the staff of the highly-renowned lifestyle and interior design blog site. Founded by designer and stylist Caitlin Flemming in San Francisco, California, Sacramento Street was created to provide a space for the team to share inspirational posts for interiors, style, travel, photography, and much more with the readers of the blog. Color911 is a unique tool that delivers instant color inspiration to people from their iPhones and iPads, enabling them to create, share, discover, and save their favorite hues and color combinations from photos and professionally designed color themes.
Color911 allows people to keep and organize their favorite colors and combinations found from an image, create new colors from a color wheel, or use pre-made color themes created by a professional color consultant. The innovative app was created by experienced color consultant and artist, Amy Wax, whose renowned expertise has been utilized by residential clients as well as commercial and Fortune 500 companies. The team of Sacramento Street decided on their list of the top twelve apps by considering which of their favorites made life “more productive, easier, prettier, and just plain cool”. For only $4.99, Sacramento Street has declared that Color911 is a handy tool that people can use regularly in their lives to design, inspire, and communicate with color.
Well-known for her keen eye for color and design, Amy is the founder and owner of Your Color Source Studios, Inc., helping people add color to their lives. To share her expertise with others looking to add color to their lives, Amy created the Color911 app, allowing people to take photographs to create color palettes and select colors found from any image. Users also have the option to select a color from her pre-made color themes, with the ability edit the shade’s hue, saturation, brightness, and contrast to fit their preferences. The app is designed for everyone from designers to artists and homeowners.
The color app has received rave reviews and considerable attention from several noteworthy media sources, including being named a Top 100 Best New Home Product in 2013 by This Old House. “The app allows you to download inspirational color palettes as well as create your own,” comments Caitlin Flemming. “If you’re a design enthusiast this one’s for you!”
The Color911 app is available for download online at: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/color911/id586925023?mt=8, for $4.99, as well as on iPhones, iPads, and the iPod touch with iOS system versions 4.3 and later.
A complete list of the Sacramento Street’s “Top 12 Apps to Download in 2014” can be found online at http://www.sacramentostreet.com/2014/01/top-12-apps-to-download-in-2014/.
About Sacramento Street:
Sacramento Street is America’s premier lifestyle and interior design blog, created by highly-renowned stylist and designer, Caitlin Flemming. Caitlin’s eye for high-end design has landed her in projects that have been recognized by editors at Rue Magazine, 7x7 Magazine, and the San Francisco Chronicle. Sacramento Street has been featured and highlighted in Elle Décor, HGTV, Apartment Therapy, the Wall Street Journal, and most recently by Gwyneth Paltrow on her website, Goop.com. For more information, please visit: SacramentoStreet.com.
About Amy Wax & Color911:
Amy Wax, owner of Your Color Source Studios, Inc. has been a successful color consultant that has been nationally recognized for her expertise. Author of two best-selling books, Can’t Fail Color Schemes published by Creative Homeowner she received numerous awards on her work including Book of the Year and Independent Publishers Award Gold Medal Winner. She is a past President of the International Association of Color Consultants of North America. Ms. Wax is also the first color consultant to be awarded the HUE award from Benjamin Moore where she was awarded for her ‘immense talent and vision in the world of color’. Amy created the Color911 app, which is being credited as the best app of its kind and a must have for people that enjoy the use of color as much as she does! For more information, please visit: Color911.com.