Have you ever needed to know the exact colors Facebook is using? If you have done some web design for social media campaigns, chances you did.
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I have literally found myself digging up colors for a variety of projects, from drawing up an icon and coloring a specific line of text somewhere to providing masks for a new cover photo. How about a nifty one-place for all, instead? So, the next time you want to include a “Join us on Twitter” caption on your cover photo, you might want to use the exact Twitter color. Here are 8 complete color sets for the most popular social platforms out there.
Combine social media colors with the perfect Facebook content dimensions.
Four (4) color variations for Facebook:
Main / Logo Blue:
RGB: 59, 89, 152
RGB: 139, 157, 195
Border / Text Blue:
RGB: 223, 227, 238
RGB: 247, 247, 247
Four (4) color variations for Twitter (one for single-use):
RGB: 0, 132, 180
RGB: 0, 172, 237
RGB: 192, 222, 237
RGB: 29, 202, 255
Three (3) color variations for Google+ (one is header gray):
Logo (Moderate) Red:
RGB: 211, 72, 54
RGB: 45, 45, 45
RGB: 210, 210, 210
One (1) main color variation for Instagram:
RGB: 81, 127, 164
One (1) main color variation for Pinterest:
RGB: 203, 32, 39
One (1) main color variation for LinkedIn:
RGB: 0, 123, 182
One (1) main color variation for YouTube:
RGB: 187, 0, 0
One (1) main color variation for Tumblr:
Logo (Saturated) Blue:
RGB: 50, 80, 109
Finally, you can also try out color variations and different shades using Color Hexa.
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