Color Library is a database of color profiles for artists, designers, photographers, and printers who are looking for a novel yet professional color management solution. Color Library offers a large variety of color combinations, from basic colors to metallics, neons, and pastels.

Color Library was created within the Workflow research and development project. It was launched in 2014 during a workshop held at ECAL/University of Art and Design Lausanne with Franz Sigg (RIT/Rochester Institute of Technology) and Maximage. Initially developed for experimental purposes, the project was extended in order to create an online platform for development and distribution. This nonprofit website has a dual objective: to distribute an innovative tool for artists, designers, and printers, and to make students aware of color theory and color management. All income from Color Library is reinvested in research and development.

Workflow is a research project at ECAL/University of Art and Design Lausanne on printing technologies, led by David Keshavjee, Guy Meldem, Tatiana Rihs and Julien Tavelli (Maximage) and funded by HES-SO/University of Applied Sciences Western Switzerland.

ECAL/University of Art and Design Lausanne
Research and Development (R&D) – Workflow Project