The colors in Shimoku are separated into two, Shimoku palette and Shimoku Charts or Custom.
On the one hand we have the colors of the Shimoku brand, which we can see throughout the platform. These colors define areas such as the drawer, the buttons, the header and other elements. The visual summary has all this amount of colors.
We have the second block of colors for the charts, indicators and other report elements. There are 10 series defined by default (10 colors that have an order of appearance in a chart).
If a chart has more than 10 series, the colors start again from the first one defined in the series, in our case blue (C1) and it shows the colors again.
If we know that we are going to work with data with series larger than 10, communicate it through the appropriate Slack channel or write this request [email protected]
This color palette can be modified if required, but it is advisable to go through Product to finally define or check it.
In the following steps we will work to have different color palettes to facilitate its use and visualization.