CSS notation

Use this for all CSS properties that accept a color as a value: color, background-color, border-color
#1d1cff
rgb(29,28,255)
hsl(240, 100%, 55%)

Color spaces

Names and values for each color representation
HSL
Hue240.26°
Saturation100%
Lightness55.49%
HSV / HSB
Hue240.26°
Saturation89.02%
Value / Brightness100%
RGB
Red11.37%
Green10.98%
Blue100%
CMYK
Cyan88.63%
Magenta89.02%
Yellow0%
Black0%
YCbCr
Y0.21
Cb0.44
Cr-0.07

Nearest Colors Name

Most similar colors in standard

Color Harmonies

Schemes of colors that work well together
Complementary Harmony Color Scheme of #1d1cff

Complementary

Create the strongest contrast.
Triad Harmony Color Scheme of #1d1cff

Triad

Let one color dominate and use the other two for the accent.
Square Harmony Color Scheme of #1d1cff

Square

Balance between warm and cool colors.
Adjacent Harmony Color Scheme of #1d1cff

Adjacent / Analogous / Analogic

Pleasing and harmonious to the eye, they can be found in nature.
Split Complementary Harmony Color Scheme of #1d1cff

Split Complementary

Low tension, strong visual contrast.
Rectangle Tetradic Harmony Color Scheme of #1d1cff

Rectangle / Tetradic

Two complementary pairs for a total of four colors.

Tints, Shades, and Tones

Tints of color #1d1cff

Tints

A tint is obtained by adding white to a color. This process reduces darkness.
Shades of color #1d1cff

Shades

A shade is obtained by adding black to a color. This process increases darkness.
Tones of color #1d1cff

Tones

A tone is produced either by mixing a color with grey, or by both tinting and shading.