#e2c220 Hex Color Information

#e2c220 color image
#e2c220 hex color is composed of 88.6% red, 76.1% green and 12.5% blue. This color's complement is #2040e2. The CMYK color model (used in color printing) for #e2c220 is 0% cyan, 14% magenta, 86% yellow and 11% black. #e2c220 hex color decimal value is 14860832. The #e2c220 hex color can be used on a black background.

#e2c220 Color Conversions

Hex Triplet e2c220
RGB 226, 194, 32
RGB Percent 88.6%, 76.1%, 12.5%
HSV 50.10º, 77%, 51%
XYZ 50.917, 54.857, 9.271
LAB 0.790, -0.032, 0.757
CMYK 0%, 14%, 86%, 11%
Decimal 14860832
Color Is Dark No
Color Is Light Yes
Most Readable Black
Web Safe Color cccc33

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    #e2c220 Color Schemes

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    Complementary Color

    Complementary colors, known as contrasting colors in the color wheel, are used to achieve a high-contrast, vibrant appearance.

    #e2c220 #2040e2

    Analogous Colors

    Analogous colors are arranged side by side on the color wheel. It is generally used for harmonious and quiet designs.

    #a1e220 #e2c220 #e26120

    Triadic Colors

    The triadic colors, uses colors that are evenly spaced around the color wheel.

    #20e2c2 #e2c220 #c220e2

    Tetradic Colors

    The tetradic color scheme consists of four colors arranged in two complementary colors.

    #20e261 #e2c220 #2040e2 #e220a1

    Split Complementary Colors

    The split complementary colors consist of complementary colors on either side of the selected main color.

    #20a1e2 #e2c220 #6120e2

    Lighten and Darken Colors

    Below you can see lighter and darker shades of #e2c220.

    #e8ce4d #e2c220 #b79d18

    Monochromatic Colors

    Monochromatic colors consist of colors that are created from light to dark color by adding black and white tones.

    #a18a15 #b79d18 #ceb01b #e2c220 #e5c837 #e8ce4d #ebd564

    #e2c220 Tints, Tones and Shades

    Tints

    Tints are created by adding white tones to any color on the color song. In this way a lighter color than the original one is obtained.

    #e5c836 #e8ce4d #ebd463 #eeda79 #f1e190 #f3e7a6 #f6edbc #f9f3d2 #fcf9e9

    Tones

    In order to create a shade of colors, it is necessary to add the shades of gray color, which is a mixture of that color, white and black. This creates a more vibrant and new look.

    #8a8776 #948d6d #9d9463 #a79a5a #b1a150 #bba846 #c5ae3d #ceb533 #d8bb2a

    Shades

    Shades are used to make a color darker. It is done by adding black tones.

    #171303 #2d2706 #443a0a #5a4e0d #716110 #887413 #9e8816 #b59b1a #cbaf1d

    #e2c220 CSS Examples

    The text has a font color of #e2c220

    color: #e2c220;

    This element has a background-color of #e2c220

    background-color: #e2c220;

    This element has a border-color of #e2c220

    border: 1px solid #e2c220;

    This element has a box-shadow color of #e2c220

    -webkit-box-shadow : 4px 4px 1px 1px #e2c220;
    -moz-box-shadow : 4px 4px 1px 1px #e2c220;
    box-shadow : 4px 4px 1px 1px #e2c220;

    This element has a text-shadow color of #e2c220

    -webkit-text-shadow : 1px 1px 2px #e2c220;
    -moz-text-shadow : 1px 1px 2px #e2c220;
    text-shadow : 1px 1px 2px #e2c220;



    Gradient color of #e2c220

    background-color: #e2c220; 
    filter: progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.gradient(startColorstr='#e2c220', endColorstr='#b79d18'); 
    background-image: -webkit-gradient(linear, 0% 0%, 0% 100%, from(#e2c220), to(#b79d18)); 
    background-image: -webkit-linear-gradient(top, #e2c220, #b79d18); 
    background-image: -moz-linear-gradient(top, #e2c220, #b79d18); 
    background-image: -o-linear-gradient(top, #e2c220, #b79d18); 
    background-image: linear-gradient(to bottom, #e2c220, #b79d18);