#100c02 Color Information

#100c02 Color Information
Details | Shades, Tints, and Tones | Variations | Color Coordinates | Color Schemes | HTML+CSS Examples | Coding & Programming | Color Blindness | Accessibility | Related Colors

The hexadecimal value (hex value) of this color is #100c02. In RGB, it consists of 6.3% Red, 4.7% Green, and 0.8% Blue. Likewise, in the CMYK color space, it consists of 0% Cyan, 25% Magenta, 87.5% Yellow, and 93.7% Black. On the color wheel, its Hue is found at 42.9°, with saturation of 77.8% and lightness of 3.5%. The decimal value for #100c02 is 1051650, and its nearest "web safe" color is #000000. In the RGB color space, the strongest component for #100c02 is red. In the CMYK color space, its strongest component is black. And in the RYB color space, its strongest component is yellow.
  • HexHex code for this color#100c02 Copy
  • NameThe common name of this color(Unnamed) Copy
  • RGBRed, Green, Blue composition for this color16, 12, 2 Copy
  • RGB PercentPercent Red, Green, Blue composition for this color6.3%, 4.7%, 0.8% Copy
  • CMYCyan, Magenta, Yellow composition for this color0.937, 0.953, 0.992 Copy
  • CMYKCyan, Magenta, Yellow, Black composition for this color0, 0.25, 0.875, 0.937 Copy
  • HSLHue, Saturation, Lightness combination for this color42.9°, 77.8%, 3.5% Copy
  • HSV (or HSB)Hue, Saturation, Brightness combination for this color42.9°, 87.5%, 6.3% Copy
  • XYZCIE 1931 color space XYZ coordinates for this color0.356, 0.378, 0.112 Copy
  • RYBRed, Yellow, Blue composition for this color8, 16, 2 Copy
  • DecimalDecimal representation of this color's hex code1051650 Copy
  • CIE-LABCIELAB color space coordinates for this color3.410, -0.111, 4.284 Copy
  • CIE-LCHCIE-LCH color space coordinates for this color (chroma, hue, etc.)3.410, 4.286, 91.480 Copy
  • CIE-LUVCIE-LUV color space coordinates for this color3.410, 1.169, 2.945 Copy
  • Hunter LabHunter-Lab color space coordinates for this color6.144, -0.407, 3.225 Copy
  • xyYCIE xyY color space coordinates for this color0.421, 0.447, 0.378 Copy
  • AndroidValue of this color in Android development4279241730 / 0xff100c02 Copy
  • Web SafeHex code of the nearest "web safe" version of this color#000000 Copy
Last Updated: July 18, 2024

Shades of #100c02

Shades are created by adding black to or removing lightness from a particular color. For #100c02, its pure hue is 42.9° on the color wheel and its saturation is 77.8%, and its lightness is 3.5%. As the amount of black is added to this hue and we reduce its lightness, the result is increasingly darker shades tints. The palette given below provides 9 different shades of #100c02, which — excluding black and our original color — range from #020200 to #0e0b02.

Tints of #100c02

Tints are created by adding white or lightness to a particular color. For #100c02, its pure hue is 42.9° on the color wheel and its saturation is 77.8%, and its lightness is 3.5%. As the amount of white (lightness) is added to this hue, the result is increasingly lighter tints. The following palette gives 9 different tints of #100c02, which — excluding white and our original color — range from #2e2a22 to #e1e1df.

Tones of #100c02

Tones are the result of adding gray to a pure hue. In the case of #100c02, its pure hue is 42.9° on the color wheel and its saturation is 77.8%, so we increase this saturation to create more colorful tones, and decrease the saturation to create grayer tones. The palette shown below gives 9 different tones of #100c02, which range from #090909 (the grayest / 0% saturation) to #120d00 (the most colorful / 100% saturation).

Variations of #100c02

There are several ways to create color variations and premutations of #100c02! For #100c02, there are 6 variations of the color that can be created by swapping its Red, Green, and Blue color positions, of which 5 are different from our original color. Among these six variations, there are 6 unique colors including our original color, #100c02. Click on these colors to learn more about them, too!

Color Coordinates of #100c02

This color, #100c02, consists of 6.3% Red, 4.7% Green, and 0.8% Blue, resulting in color coordinates Red = 16, Green = 12, Blue = 2. Likewise, the CMYK color space composition for #100c02 is 0% Cyan, 25% Magenta, 87.5% Yellow, and 93.7% Black. These values are shown in the following charts and tables.

R6.3%
C0.0%
G4.7%
M25.0%
B0.8%
Y87.5%
K93.7%
Color Base R (Red) G (Green) B (Blue)
Decimal 16 12 2
Octal 20 14 2
Hexa #10 #0c #02
Binary 00010000 00001100 00000010
Color Base C (Cyan) M (Magenta) Y (Yellow) Y (Black)
Decimal 0 24 87 93
Octal 0 30 127 135
Hexa #00 #18 #57 #5d
Binary 00000000 00011000 01010111 01011101

Analogous Colors of #100c02

Analogous colors are located 30 degrees away from a color's hue on the color wheel. For #100c02 — which has hue 42.9° — its analogous colors are located at 12.9° and 72.9° on the color wheel, with the same saturation and lightness as #100c02.

Triadic Colors of #100c02

Triadic colors are located 120 degrees away from a color's hue on the color wheel, which means the original color and its triadic colors are equidistant from one another on the color wheel and form a triangle. For #100c02 — which has hue 42.9° — its triadic colors are located at 42.9° and 282.9° on the color wheel, with the same saturation and lightness as #100c02.

Complementary Color of #100c02

A complementary color is located opposite a color on the color wheel (180 degrees away). For #100c02 — which has hue 42.9° — its complementary color is located at 222.9° on the color wheel, with the same saturation and lightness as #100c02.

Split Complementary Colors of #100c02

Split complementary colors are the analogs of a color's complement, which places them 210 degrees away on the color wheel from an original color. For #100c02 — which has hue 42.9° — its split complementary colors its split complementary colors are located at 42.9° and 252.9° on the color wheel, with the same saturation and lightness as #100c02.

Tetradic Colors of #100c02

Tetradic colors are two sets of complementary colors on either side of a color wheel from each other, forming a rectangle on the color wheel. For #100c02 — which has hue 42.9° — its tetradic colors are located at 312.9°, 42.9°, 132.9°, and 222.9° on the color wheel, with the same saturation and lightness as #100c02.

Monochromatic Colors of #100c02

Monochromatic colors are colors that share a common hue but that have different saturations and lightness. For #100c02, we show 9 different monochromatic colors of it, ranging from #080602 — (which has very low saturation and very low lightness) — to #1a1301 (which has a very high saturation and very high lightness).

HTML+CSS Examples & Previews of #100c02

We want to make getting started with #100c02 on your website fast and easy! Below are 8 examples of how to integrate #100c02 into a website using HTML+CSS. These examples include showing how #100c02 can be used to color text, backgrounds, shadows, and borders, as well as how it can be used as a solid fill or gradient fill for rectangles. These examples principally make use of <span> and <div> tags, although the CSS shown in particular can be repurposed to make use of #100c02 with other HTML elements.

#100c02 Foreground / Text Color

The color of this text is #100c02.
<span style="color: #100c02;">The color of this text is #100c02.</span>

#100c02 Background Color

The background color for this text is #100c02.
<div style="background-color: #100c02; color:#ffffff; width:100%; height:100%; display: flex; justify-content: center; align-items: center;">The background color for this text is #100c02.</div>

#100c02 Text Shadow Color

This color for the shadow of this text is #100c02.
<span style="text-shadow: 3px 3px 3px #100c02;">This color for the shadow of this text is #100c02.</span>

#100c02 Border Color

This is a div with border color #100c02.
<div style="border: #100c02 4px solid;width:100%; height:100%; display: flex; justify-content: center; align-items: center;">This is a div with border color #100c02.</div>

#100c02 Color Rectangle on a White Background

This is a rectangle of color #100c02 on a white background.
<div style="background-color: #ffffff; padding: 60px; width:100%; height: 100%;"><div style="background-color: #100c02; color:#ffffff; width:100%; height:100%; padding: 10px; display: flex; justify-content: center; align-items: center;">This is a rectangle of color #100c02 on a white background.</div></div>

#100c02 Color Rectangle on a Black Background

This is a rectangle of color #100c02 on a black background.
<div style="background-color: #000000; padding: 60px; width:100%; height: 100%;"><div style="background-color: #100c02; color:#ffffff; width:100%; height:100%; padding: 10px; display: flex; justify-content: center; align-items: center;">This is a rectangle of color #100c02 on a black background.</div></div>

Gradient from #100c02 to White

This is a gradient from #100c02 to white.
<div style="background: -webkit-linear-gradient(left,#100c02,white); /* Firefox */ background: linear-gradient(to right,#100c02,white); /* Safari */ background: -o-linear-gradient(left,#100c02,white); /* Opera */ background: -moz-linear-gradient(left,#100c02,white); width:100%; height:100%; display: flex; justify-content: center; align-items: center;">This is a gradient from #100c02 to white.</div>

Gradient from #100c02 to Black

This is a gradient from #100c02 to black.
<div style="background: -webkit-linear-gradient(left,#100c02,black); /* Firefox */ background: linear-gradient(to right,#100c02,black); /* Safari */ background: -o-linear-gradient(left,#100c02,black); /* Opera */ background: -moz-linear-gradient(left,#100c02,black); color: #ffffff; width:100%; height:100%; display: flex; justify-content: center; align-items: center;">This is a gradient from #100c02 to black.</div>

Coding & Programming with #100c02

In addition to using #100c02 on the web, we know you might want to use it in your mobile and desktop apps, too. Whatever your needs, the table below shows how to access #100c02 in the language and environment of your choice. These code snippets are principally the hexadecimal representation of #100c02, or the RGB color coordinates for the same (Red = 16, Green = 12, Blue = 2). If you need details about the color coordinates of #100c02 in other color spaces, refer to these details as provided toward the top of this page.

Language Environment Code Snippet
HTML + CSS (Hex Code) Web #100c02
HTML + CSS (RGB Code) Web rgb(16, 12, 2)
CSS Background Color Web .myclass { background-color: #100c02; }
CSS Foreground + Text Color Web .myclass { color: #100c02; }
CSS Border Color Web .myclass { border: 2px solid #100c02; }
Java (Multi-platform) new Color(16, 12, 2);
Python (Multi-platform) Color("#100c02")
Swift iOS UIColor(red:16, green:12, blue:2, alpha:1.0000)
Objective-C (iOS) iOS [UIColor colorWithRed:16 green:12 blue:2 alpha:1.0000];
OpenGL (Graphics) glColor3f(16f, 12f, 2f);
C# / .NET Windows Color.FromArgb(16, 12, 2);
 

#100c02 Color Blindness

Not everyone can see #100c02 the same way. For those with color blindness, #100c02 might look very, very different. Here, we simulate eight examples of color blindness, and how #100c02 looks next to each one of them. In all cases, #100c02 is placed in a circle in the upper-left corner of each of the below boxes, with the color in the rest of those boxes signifying how #100c02 looks for someone with that type of color blindness. Many people will perceive close similarities between the colors in these boxes and the colors in the circles — with some noticing particular similarities. We offer this insight so that as you make choices about colors to use for your purposes, you can make an informed decision about whether #100c02 will be a good fit for everyone in your audience!

Trichromacy

Protanomaly
Affects 1 in 100 Men & 1 in 10,000 Women

Deuteranomaly
Affects 1 in 17 Men & 1 in 250 Women

Tritanomaly
Affects 1 in 10,000

Dichromacy

Protanopia
Affects 1 in 100, Mostly Men

Deuteranopia
Affects 1 in 100, Mostly Men

Tritanopia
Affects 1 in 100,000

Monochromacy

Achromatopsia
Affects 1 in 20,000

Achromatopsia
Affects 1 in 100,000

Accessibility

Accessibility Recommended

We analyzed whether #100c02 is an accessible color when used as a text / foreground color against a white background. This analysis is based on the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2 Level issued by W3C. Based on this analysis, we calculate a contrast ratio against white of approximately 19.5:1 against white. This is a high enough ratio to be considered accessible under both the AA and AAA level standards for either normal size or large text.

WCAG AA
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WCAG AA
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WCAG AAA
Normal Size Text

WCAG AAA
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