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Random Color


A color gen­er­a­tor for JavaScript. There are lots of clever one-lin­ers for gen­er­at­ing ran­dom col­ors. Unfortunately, this code nat­u­rally pro­duces murky greys, browns and greens. ran­dom­Color gen­er­ates at­trac­tive col­ors by de­fault. More specif­i­cally, ran­dom­Color pro­duces bright col­ors with a rea­son­ably high sat­u­ra­tion. This makes ran­dom­Color par­tic­u­larly use­ful for data vi­su­al­iza­tions and gen­er­a­tive art. Once you’ve in­cluded ran­dom­Color.js on your page, call­ing ran­dom­Color() will re­turn a ran­dom at­trac­tive color. Beneath is the out­put of ran­dom­Color called 54 times. You can also pass an op­tions ob­ject to ran­dom­Color. This al­lows you to spec­ify the hue, lu­mi­nos­ity and the num­ber of col­ors to gen­er­ate.


  • See the demo for an explanation and some samples
  • To use randomColor in the browser, download the latest minified version of randomColor
  • To use randomColor on the server with node.js, install randomColor from npm
  • You can pass an options object to influence the type of color it produces
  • Control the hue of the generated color
  • Control the luminosity of the generated color

Programming Language



User Interfaces, Design, PostScript

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