To change the source color of an element in a design project, you can use a variety of tools depending on the software you are using. Here are some general steps you can follow:
Select the element you want to change the color of.
Look for a "Fill" or "Color" option in your software's toolbar or menu. This may be represented by an icon with a color swatch or a paint bucket. BenefitsCal.org
Click on the "Fill" or "Color" option to open a color picker.
Choose the new color you want to apply to the element. This can be done by selecting a color from a palette, entering a color code, or using an eyedropper tool to select a color from another part of the design.
Apply the new color to the element by clicking on it or using the paint bucket tool to fill the selected area with the new color.
Depending on the software you are using, there may be additional options for adjusting the hue, saturation, brightness, or transparency of the color. Additionally, some software may allow you to apply color changes globally, meaning that all instances of an element with the same source color can be changed simultaneously.