20 Useful Tools That Generate CSS Gradients

Here are 20 useful tools that generate CSS gradients and save you a lot of time that you would normally spend on manually writing CSS.

Blend

It lets you create CSS3 gradients on the fly with in-browser visual editors. You can choose between linear & radial gradients while tinkering with colors to blend.

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SVG Gradient Map Filter

This tool creates SVG Gradient Map Filter from given colors. You can use ready palettes or edit them and get yours. Test a filter on your images before adding to a project, the result may differ for different images.

SVG Gradient Map Filter

3-Color-Gradient

Fantastic tool for generating CSS gradient that are more aesthetically pleasing, especially when blending complementary colors.

3-Color-Gradient

Polychroma

Generate better CSS gradients using alternative colour spaces & Bezier interpolation.

Polychroma

Grabient

Grab yourself a gradient for your CSS.

Grabient

Shapy

Shapy

Gradient Magic

A gallery of fantastic and unique CSS Gradients.

Gradient Magic

Gradpad

GradPad is designed to help designers and developers quickly and intuitively create beautiful gradients for their design projects which they can export as CSS. GradPad gives you full control over multiple colour and opacity stops as well as an inspiration gallery to get you started.

Gradpad

ColorSpark

ColorSpark was created to help designers find unique colors and striking gradient combinations. By making a tool that solely generates random colors and gradients, colors are found that would otherwise be unthought of. The goal of ColorSpark is to help designers break out of the habbit of using the same, limiting color palette in nearly every project. ColorSpark works as simply as it appears. Each time the “Generate” button is pressed, a random string of 6 characters is peiced together to make a hex code for a color. For gradients, the process is repeated to generate a second color and an angle between -180° and 180° is generated. Each color is generated completely randomly and independently.

ColorSpark

Experimental Gradient Editor

A fantastic gradient editor made by David Aerne.

Experimental Gradient Editor

Gradient Cards

A simple and beautiful list of editable gradients.

Gradient Cards

Cool Backgrounds

Cool Backgrounds is a collection of tools to create compelling, colorful images for blogs, social media, and websites. Beyond backgrounds, the images generated can be used as desktop wallpapers or cropped for mobile wallpapers.

Cool Backgrounds

CoolHue

CoolHue 2.0 is a handpicked collection of 60 Gradients for your next project which can be either copied as CSS Codes or exported as images.

CoolHue

uigradients

A handpicked collection of beautiful colour gradients for design and code.

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CSS Gradient Animator

A CSS generator to create beautiful animated gradients for use on your website.

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draGGradients

draGGradients is as a simple tool to generate and customize multiple css3 radial gradients.

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A colorful css gradient background generator

The idea is to have multiple layers of linear css gradients at different angles. The gradients go from color to transparent to let the lower layers shine through and generate the wanted effect. There is no limit in the number of layers.

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CSS Gradient Generator

CSS gradient generator with the best browser support. Three different layouts to meet Your requirement (from simple linear to complex radial gradients).

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Enjoycss

Its handy and easy-to-use UI allows you to adjust rich graphical styles quickly and without coding.

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Cssmatic

CSSmatic’s gradient generator allows you to use multiple colors and opacity stops to create amazing gradient effects with smooth color changing style or subtle transparencies. The border radius tool is a timesaver allows you to generate CSS for adding rounded corners to your box or images.

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1 Comments

  1. Qeanasays:

    Try http://GradientGenerator.com. It supports different options from simple linear to complex radial gradients.

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