Brand Logo Colors

Logo colors and brand color palettes for the top brand of 2018, delivered in RGB or hex code.

How to use: Click a color. The site will copy the RGB value to your clipboard if you are on a computer. The Hex and RGB HTML color codes will appear at the top right. If a brand has a Font Awesome logo, it appears at the right of the color palette.


7-Eleven

Amazon

Apple

Android

Apple Watch

Audible

Behance

Berkeley (Cal State)

BitBucket

Cisco

Debian

Dell

Digital Ocean

Discord

DropBox

Etsy

Facebook

Fastly

Glossier

Georgetown University

Google

Linkedin

Louisana State University (LSU)

McDonald's

Opera

PayPal

Pinterest

Skype

Slack

Spotify

Starbucks

StumbleUpon

Snapchat

Syracuse University

Tumblr

Twitter

University of North Carolina (UNC)

Vimeo

Virgin

WhatsApp

Wikipedia

Wix

Wordpress

WP Beginner

WP Forms

Xbox

Xing

Y Combinator

Yahoo

Yandex

Yelp

Yellow Pages

Yoast

YouTube


Methodology

All colors were taken from the brand's logo, as it appears on their website, using Chrome's eyedropper tool. If an authoritative source -- like a brand's official color identity page -- is available then that is used and linked to. You can then use that in your CSS, in-line styles, SASS, LESS, Sketch files, Photoshop, or whatever!

Naming: If a color name was provided by the brand then it was used. All other names were made up Logo-Color.com team. If a color is strongly associated with a brand, the naming convention is [Brand Name] + [Brand], for instance "Amazon Orange." Secondary colors were named after their popular name, like "Aqua Green." White and Black were only included if they are used prominently in a logo, and are 0,0,0 or 255,255,255. In other cases they will be called something like "Nearly Black."