Find a color concept
Colours have a great subconscious influence on us - they even excite us. Therefore, think carefully about how your colour scheme should be structured. What suits your product and what should it express? Some companies have been able to implement this so well that certain colours are directly associated with their brand. The power of colours should therefore not be underestimated. They can express emotions and influence our behaviour. Each colour has a direct psychological and physical effect on us. You decide which effect is to be unfolded.
It is important to remember that green is not just green. Colour models and colour catalogues such as RGB, CMYK, hex value or Pantone are used to define the exact tone.
For example, WhatsApp green has the hex value #64D448 or RGB (100,212,72). Online, there are colour generators that output the correct value for a selected colour. In this way, you can be sure that you have always struck the right note in your own corporate design.
Existing colour names such as Olive Green, Mint or Turquoise Green can already inspire you. Sites such as colordrop show matching colour families, so that in addition to the primary colour, a matching secondary colour can easily be found. This can either be of a similar nature (e.g. green+blue) or used as a complementary colour for strong accents (e.g. green+red).