Color Charts

Pantone Color Chart

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PMS Color Matching Disclaimer: The Pantone® Matching System (PMS) is a system shared world wide by the graphic arts industry. You may view this screen to help specify a certain PMS number to use with your job, however you should note that every computer monitor varies slightly in color.

To ensure an accurate PMS match, you should consult a graphic artist or print shop in your area to view an actual PMS color swatch book. PANTONE® and other Pantone, Inc., trademarks are the property of Pantone, Inc.

Because of the large volume of swatches, the color chart is broken up into multiple pages (in order that they appear on the master chart).

Process Yellow – PMS 202 PMS 203 – PMS 2965 PMS 297 – PMS 3995 PMS 400 – PMS 494
PMS 495 – PMS 5875 PMS 600 – PMS 697 PMS 698 – PMS 814 2X

Hex Code Color Chart

When you’re choosing a color to for your Web page you’ll need to use what’s called the hex code or hexadecimal code, which is something that the browser will be able to understand. Choose a color from the list below and look to its left to get the hex code. If you wanted your background to be red, for example, choose #FF0000.

If you have any questions about color matching, please contact us and we will be happy to assist. Should you pic a color & need compliments, we will be happy to compile a set for your review.

TIPS:

Colors look different on different monitors because of the rendering, not because the color value has changed.  When having media printed, be sure to ask for a Press Proof to ensure any color variances are acceptable. Pantones on a monitor will not look the same when printed or viewed on another monitor.

Be sure to know your color values and what their equivalents are when going to from Pantone to Hex to RGB!

 

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