Gradient colors are described as a gradual transition from one color to another. Brandsynth currently supports the use of three different gradient effects within the color selection process.

Side

A side gradient gradually transitions from left to right. 'Color 1' begins on the left, gradually transitioning to 'Color 2' which is shown on the right.

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Angled

An angle gradient gradually transitions counterclockwise, around the starting point. If you were to draw a line, starting from the solid 'Color 1', to the solid 'Color 2', this would define the angle. It creates a nice sweeping effect between both colors.

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Radial

This is where the colors 'fan' out in a circular pattern, starting from the centre. 'Color 1' (used in the centre) gradually fans out to 'Color 2' (which is shown in the outer).

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