colour picker choices

Colour Picker Tools

Choose your required colours from the various palette choices below with your mouse or touch screen and the palette will provide you with the required code/reference to reproduce it in RGB, Hash (hexidecimal #), HSB and HSV as required. Working on adding CMYK translation to this site.

Adding more schemes and methods to choose from all the time. Extensive Single colour list also available.

If you have any questions or comments please use contact us page to send us a message.

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Colour Pickers

To store colours temporarily please use apply button. The #colour shown is the Hash or Hexidecimal (Hex) colour, required by must web design packages. The RGB values are shown in 3 seperate R G B boxes. Use No Color button to clear palette.


HSB colour palette (hue - saturation - brightness)

Use central main box to find colour area, then use slider on left to create required shade of that colour.

HSV colour palette (hue - saturation - value)

Use slider on left to create colour and then from central main box choose variation required.

RGB colour sliders (red - green - blue)

Use either the sliders or type the required numbers into the 3 boxes with a value form 0 to 255 to create a colour. RGB 255,255,255 (##FFFFFF)is white whereas 0,0,0 is black (#000000).

Grayscale palette (black to white)

Use individual boxes for shade required. When click on box it adds to recent colours used at bottom.

Web palette (main colours used)

Use individual boxes for colour and shade required. When click on box it adds to recent colours used at bottom.

Standard Limited Palette

Use individual boxes for colour required. When click on box it adds to recent colours used at bottom.

Tailored Limited Palettes no.1 to no.99

Working on various limited colour palettes, that invoke an emotion or style. If you have any suggestions or sample useful palettes, please contact us.



Thanks to Telerik.com for supplying the .net framework tools to build the colour (color as some would say) pickers and the talented Guillaume Leparmentier for the extensive colour conversation code.



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