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Finding the color shade for your website is now an easy match.

The designer comes in with a comp and you are looking and saying this is not our brand color and they say it is.  Or you see the perfect color for a new campaign, but cannot tell them what it is?  Here is the easy tool to fix your Hex code problem.  First those little blocks of color are tied to a Hex code that has unlimited choices. There are not just the sample colors or color wheel you see, you can choose any color by the Hex code number.

Designers and web masters know they need in most cases to match to a Hex code.  Fine if you know how, frustrating if you do not and only think the colors they are showing you are the only ones you can choose.

I started using a little tool called www.colorcop.net.  It allows you to down load an application which sits on your desk top and when you find a color you want to match or like, open the tool, take the little dropper and move it to the color and it will give you the exact color code match.  Yes it is that easy…

Have a bar of color that does not seem to match the header?  You can check it out.  Don’t like color and want a different shade?  Done.  Colorcop is your new best friend as a CMO, now you really have a good eye for color.

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