Brand colors are the specific colors that a brand uses and this feature is really important because it help people recognize your brand right away.
When we talk about building an app, “Header background color” means the color at the very top of the app. This is where you’ll usually find your logo and the buttons to get around the app. This color should match your brand colors to keep everything looking consistent.
The “Header text and icon color” is the color of the words and icons in the top bar. They need to look good against the header background color and match your brand colors too.
“Primary color” and “secondary colors” are just fancy terms for the main colors you use in your app. The primary color is the one you use most. It should be a color that represents your brand. The secondary colors are the ones that look good with the primary color. They add some variety and make your app look interesting.
So, these brand colors – the header background color, header text and icon color, primary color, and secondary colors – they all work together. They help make your app look like a part of your brand and create a good-looking, consistent experience for your users.