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Hexadecimal Codes

The visual language of the web is hexadecimal colors. When you want a web page app to display a specific color, you give it the hex code. #101010
The code is generated by a formula that converts each value into a unique 2-digit alphanumeric code. In format, the RGB code (200, 50, 72) is C83248. It's difficult and involves the base-16 numbering system. Here's a decent explanation if you're curious. If you're wondering what this all implies for you as a designer, here are a few key points to consider: ▪️ You can display more than 16 million unique colors using hexadecimal coding, which is estimated to be more than the human eye can comprehend. ▪️ You can use color pickers or converters to generate the code for you.
There are color pickers and converters available. Why is hex coding used rather of numbers? Because if you utilized numbers, every red, green, or blue value ranging from 0 to 255 may represent one, two, or three different digits. The code might consist of as little as three numbers or as much as nine digits. This may confuse not just the systems reading the codes, but also the individuals doing the coding. Having each value be six symbols, regardless of value, decreases the potential for errors when the code is generated on your behalf.
color codes are a special code that represents color values from 0 to 255. If red, green, and blue are all at the minimum 0 (represented as "00" in the code), the color expressed is the color black. The hex color values can combine to show more than 16 million different colors. You always can use a converter to convert the RGB numeric values into
code for you.
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