The Next Web (TNW) is a website and annual series of conferences focused on new technology and start-up companies in Europe. The Next Web company was established in 2006 by co-founders Boris Veldhuijzen van Zanten and Patrick de Laive in Amsterdam, Netherlands, and a technology news website of the same name was started in 2009. TNW's reporting has been sourced by Wired, Mashable, and the Huffington Post, among others.On 5 March 2019, the Financial Times purchased a majority stake in TNW.According to de Laive, it took one year for TheNextWeb.com to reach 100,000 monthly visitors and as of June 2016, TNW.com gets 8 million to 10 million monthly visitors.
beautiful color palette collection + color schemes generator
Loading.io's color palette collection provides thousands of palette that are all customizable and available in PNG, SVG, JSON and SCSS format, along with handy hex codes for using in websites.
Furthermore, You can apply any of these palettes to loading.io's animation libraries including icons, backgrounds, pattern and spinners.
Animate icons / texts / images of your choice with your own palette you choose. Loading.io makes it extremely easy to apply your favorite palette over our image library.
And it's flexible - Colors can be tweaked individually even if you apply the palette as a whole.
Palette can be easily customized with our online color schemes editor. This editor ships with RGB, HSL and HCL colorspace, You can generate palettes for general web design with RGB or design palettes to better accord with human perception of colors with HCL.
You can also keep your customization in loading.io for future use, or share directly with others.
All palettes are available for downloading in 4 formats, including PNG, SVG, JSON or SCSS.
Loading.io's random color palette generator is a generator that generates infinite number of palette randomly based on your input. It accepts and generates palette based on image, keyword, another color and provides different rules for generation.