We use cookies to give you the best personal experience on our website. If you continue to use our site without changing your cookie settings, you agree we may place these cookies on your device. You can change your cookie settings at any time but if you do , you may lose some functionality on our website . More information can be found in our privacy policy.
Please provide more information.
Stylus no longer supports Internet Explorer 7, 8 or 9. Please upgrade to IE 11, Chrome, Safari, Firefox or Edge. This will ensure you have the best possible experience on the site.
Brief Published: 13 Jun 2012

Weather Forecast by Hue


Brisk, an app designed by digital studio TwoSolid, uses graduated blocks of colour to visually describe the weather in a given location.

The app uses traditionally warm toned colours – including red and orange – combined with cooler variants of blue and white. It indicates the temperature by placing a weather forecast information box at a corresponding colour level – cool days show weather information placed towards the bottom of the screen in the blue area, while warm days show the information in the yellow-orange area of the spectrum.

Users can also set the parameters for the app’s interpretation of warm and cool days to suit their specific needs or climates. Brisk shows the application of colour as an informative tool, as shown in the Stylus report, Colour as Information: Infographics.