You might’ve already put together your top nine posts on Instagram for 2018, but there’s also a way you can see which colours dominated your posts this year.
Year of Colour is a web app which builds a visualisation of your posts, arranged in a cluster of cute, different sized bubbles.
Each circle’s size is representative of the frequency of that colour, plus how well-liked it was by your followers. As seen from my own profile, blues and browns seem to represent quite a number of my photos last year.
Launched last year by couple Stef Lewandowski and Emily Quinton, the tool requires you to sign in with your Instagram account. Only public accounts work, and you can request a report for the last year or a particular set of dates.
Once your report is built, you can emphasise saturated or brighter colours, order colours by time or popularity, or play through these different modes.
A slider allows you to play with sorting the brightness or popularity of certain colours, and you can also share your visualisation to Instagram or get a printable version too, if that’s your jam.
It’s just another way to catch a glimpse of your Instagram game, if scrolling through your profile doesn’t quite cut it.[h/t The Verge]