CSS Gradients that avoid the “gray dead zone”

Make Beautiful Gradients.
Have you ever noticed that gradients tend to look a little gray and washed-out in the middle? This happens because of a mathematical quirk with RGB colors. Fortunately, we can work around this quirk, and create beautiful, lush, saturated gradients.

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Useful little tool! It’s always nice to use alternate colorspaces. I like using LAB a lot.

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