With the latest Design app, AkzoNobel introduces a top notch digital tool that gives architects and specifiers access to exact colour choices via their iPhone.
Following the initial launch of Design app in March 2017, AkzoNobel has launched the latest version, AkzoNobel Design 2.0, which allows architects, designers and specifiers to research and create a full coatings specification for a project entirely from an iPad, all within a matter of minutes.
The app’s updated colour selector provides more consistent and accurate colour rendering and products with a textured finish now have a texture representation displayed in the app. Users can browse hundreds of colours and textures to find a suitable coating.
The colour selector also enables users to capture an image using their Apple device, or upload an image from their photo library, and match any selected colour by scrolling over the image. Chosen palettes can then be built into a personalised colour card and emailed directly to clients. Users can drill down to find full data-sheets, test reports and property characteristics for each coatings range and finish.
The app also lets users check real-life examples of projects where selected products have been used. The iPad version of AkzoNobel Design app has the ability to develop a bespoke technical specification by offering a choice of filters at each stage of the decision process.
To download the app, search AkzoNobel Design in the Apple store.