okay I'm just going to show you how you can find out the Hicks colors and the RGB colors for your logo so you could have open Photoshop and then you pull in the logo I have two that I'm gonna look at the first is the West City fellowship one and I want to find out this color green and then the Cotulla that you could tailor trust color which is a different color green okay so the first thing I do is I'm going to just create another layer quickly okay this might look messy at the moment that's okay I just want to get these colors so I'll click over here and I've clicked the current color and then I'm going to find out what that color green is and I can see here that the Higgs color is 8 c 8 d 3 4 and it's RGB is 140 141 and 52 RGB stands for red green blue okay now once you found out the color of this other green in the you Cotulla trust logo i select the current color and then I go and I think I'll choose the darker back that it's quite luminous okay and I see that the luminous green color is 200 C f28 as the hex color and the RGB is 32 207 40 now I know what colors to work with within my website you .
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To have a consistent brand across your website and other marketing collateral, you will need to know the HEX (#) and the RGB colours of your logo.
There may be easier ways, but I simply put the logo into Photoshop and pull the colour information from there.
The HEX colour is always 6 characters and is preceeded by the #. RGB is short for Red, Green and Blue and so the colour is represented by 2 numerical digits for each Letter.