Before showing you all the details and color codes, let’s look at some very important details first!
Whenever you start any new design project (either of your own blog or for a client), you should normally review all relevant project details.
The well-matched colors are simply amazing!
You can definitely use your favorite color for a blog, but it would be appropriate for you to use colors that your readers will be happy to connect with. We’ll explain further…
When you’re talking about the most specific, and growing, business goals, a more scientific approach to the color scheme you associate with your brand is very important.
You need to understand the importance of ‘color psychology‘ and how it can ultimately influence your results.
What is color psychology?
Colors are all around us and they affect us in many different ways. They can trigger certain emotions and moods. Some research explains how color can affect your customer or visitor behavior of a blog / site towards a brand. Simply put, we can influence how people respond to our project.
Let’s look at some popular colors and the impact they tend to create:
Inspires: Trust, responsibility, security and friendliness.
Used by: Facebook, PayPal, Skype and Ford
Inspires: Nature, money, balance, energy and health.
Used by : Starbucks, Animal Planet and WhatsApp
Inspires: Joy, emotion, aggression and action.
Used by : Fanta and Soundcloud
Inspires: Comfort, organic, friendliness and reliable.
Used by: Hershey, Instagram and UPS
Inspires: Energy, Class, Elegance, Grief and Prestige.
Used by : Johnnie Walker, Chanel and Nike
Inspires: Femininity, Love, Kindness and Romance.
Used by : Victoria Secrets and Barbie
Inspires: Creativity, dignity, authority and wisdom.
Used by : Yahoo, Hallmark and Cadbury
Inspires: Passion, anger, danger, energy and attention
Used by: CocaCola, Canon, Levis and Virgin
We can now get a sense of how color-evoking emotions can help increase your blog’s conversion rate.
Now we will present the Color Tables, HTML Colors and RGB Color Codes available for you to use properly in your blog.
Colors (HTML Code)
HTML Color Codes tools help you find specific HTML colors for your site / blog. Great tools like HTML color codes and HTML Color Picker will make things much easier than you might think (see below for tools).
To get started quickly using HTML colors on your site, take a look at “ Using HTML Color Codes” in the topic below. If you want to know what these character combinations in HTML codes mean, take a look at the “ HTML Color Code Theory ” section below.
With this dynamic of these HTML color chart you can get reference codes for the basic colors.
Click on any color square to get your HTML color code . See the list of newly selected colors (click on the images).