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What do the letters RGB stand for?
HEX is short for hexadecimal.
RGB Values and HEX Codes are the same thing, just formatted differently.
It’s easier to copy and paste a HEX code because it’s easier than copying and pasting three, individual RGB values.
RGB Values and HEX Codes are instructions that tells a digital device how to mimic a color. They do not define or describe what a color looks like in real life.
The color science term for a range of colors is gamut.
Digital devices like our phones, tablets, and computers are limiting when it comes to color because they can’t display all the colors we see in real life using their red, green and blue channels of light.
A Munsell notation DOES define and describe what a color looks like in real life using the 3 psychological dimensions of color which are:
What is subtractive color?
What is additive color?
Additive and subtractive color are distinctly different visual sensations of color. There’s no way to toggle – or convert – perfectly between the two.
You can stop second guessing what you think a color looks like.
The Color Strategist Color Wheel is an invaluable color tool that tells you what hue family a color belongs to.
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