Ever struggle to work up a unique color scheme for a new project? If you don't have a deep creative feel for color you can use Kuler, an online color-scheme developing tool from Adobe. Make sure you have the latest version of Flash, then have a look. You can choose already made schemes (at last look there were 29,267 of them) from other users, or, after setting up an account with Adobe, make your own, or modify someone else's. All these schemes can then be downloaded as .ASE files and imported into Illustrator (Open your swatches pallet. Click on the fly-out menu from the top right corner, then down near the bottom, choose "Open Swatch Library." Choose "Other Library" and navigate to where you downloaded the .ASE file.) They also work in Photoshop (Swatch pallet > Load Swatches) and InDesign (Swatch pallet > Load Swatches). I've used it on several illustration projects and often when designing a publication to create a pallet to work with. I even used it to choose colors for my studio. Try it, it's fun.