The national flag of Kenya has 4 colors: black, red, green, and white.
These colors have hexadecimal values of #000000, #BB0000, #006600, and #FFFFFF, respectively.
When it comes to RGB, black has 0 red, 0 green, and 0 blue, red has 187 red, 0 green, and 0 blue, green has 0 red, 102 green, and 0 blue, and lastly white has 255 red, 255 green, and 255 blue.
In HSL, black would have a hue of 0, 0% saturation, and 0% lightness, red would have a hue of 0, 100% saturation, and 37% lightness, green would have a hue of 120, 100% saturation, and 20% lightness, and lastly white would have a hue of 0, 0% saturation, and 100%.
Please continue reading below for more information on these colors and tips on how to correctly and effectively use them.
Since those who usually search for color palettes online tend to be working on some sort of project, we decided to share with you all some cool resources to understand color codes and how they work.
You will also get to know why it is so important to learn a lot about color psychology and how it influences the way that people feel in certain situations.
This next video was uploaded to YouTube by PolyMatter.
On this video, he talks about HEX codes in particular, what they mean, and how computer understand these random combinations of letters and numbers.
This other YouTube video is from Webflow.
They give us a review on how different colors are used across the web and some extraordinary tips on how to truly comprehend the differences behind each shading.
This article by Hacker Noon titled: Hex colors, how do they work? is a great alternative to the first video that we shared as it also explains how hex numbers are determined and what many of its uses are.
Lastly, maybe also read this article by MakeTechEasier titled: Color Codes: What’s the Difference Between Hex, RGB, and HSL?
Since Hex, RGB, and HSL are the three main color systems that we share on our website, this is an amazing way of understanding their differences.
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