SassMe - An Arc90 Labs Project

SassMe is a tool for designers/developers to help visualize SASS color functions. Inputting an initial color a designer can adjust it with the sliders and then grab the color function for use in their stylesheets. This was the first lab project I worked on for Arc90.


The original idea and prototype for SassMe was put forward by Jim Nielsen and the UI was fully blown out by Matt Quintanilla. I took on porting over the SASS color transformations to CoffeeScript and implementing all of the client side JavaScript to drive the application.

SassMe is Open Source Software (MIT License) so feel free to rummage through the code or fork it over on GitHub.