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Not sure if this would be the right place to ask, but I needed to know the hex values of the colors used in the Google logo. If anyone knows, that would be great.

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I thought one of the answers would at least show the gentleman where to find and how to use a colour-picker. Something about a feeding a fish for a day, so it can teach a man to eat... ;) –  JMD Jan 14 '10 at 18:34
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I recently got an email with official Google signature that has Google colours and I inspected the html code and got these values from it: Red: rgb(213,15,37) or Hex #d50f25 Blue: rgb(51,105,232) or Hex #3369e8 Green: rgb(0,153,57) or Hex #009939 Yellow rgb(238,178,17) or Hex #eeb211 –  valentt Jul 7 '13 at 19:17
    
The Google logo has changed and the accepted answer is now out of date. The correct answer (with official source) is ecdani's. –  ntc2 Jan 21 at 1:36
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It varies a bit, since the logo is shaded/antialiased, but these values are pretty close:

  • Blue: #0266C8
  • Red: #F90101
  • Yellow: #F2B50F
  • Green: #00933B
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alright, that works. Thanks for your help. –  Adnan Jan 14 '10 at 18:23
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I see here: https://sites.google.com/site/studentchromebook/event-resources-and-calendar/event-planning-print-materials

Blue

  • Pantone: C 300 U 3005
  • CMYK C: 100 44 0 0
  • CMYK U: 100 34 0 2
  • Hex: 3369E8
  • RGB: 51 105 232

Red

  • Pantone: C 199 U 199
  • CMYK: 0 100 62 0
  • Hex: D50F25
  • RGB: 213 15 37

Yellow

  • Pantone: C 123 U 109
  • CMYK C: 0 24 94 0
  • CMYK U: 0 16 100 0
  • Hex: EEB211
  • RGB: 238 178 17

Green

  • Pantone: C 362 U 362
  • CMYK: 70 0 100 9
  • Hex: 009925
  • RGB: 0 153 37

Gray (Secondary)

  • Pantone: C 403 U 403
  • CMYK: 0 0 0 65
  • Hex: 666666
  • RGB: 102 102 102
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That's the official one! –  musiphil Sep 6 '13 at 21:31
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This isn't very easy as there are MANY shades in there.

I am getting -

G - Light - #73A2EF Dark - #082463

O - Light - #FF7563 Dark - #AD1400

O - Light - #FFEF08 Dark - #AD8600

G - Light - #73A2EF Dark - #103484

L - Light - #5ACB5A Dark - #085108

E - Light - #FF7563 Dark - #AD1400

(As there are many shades, this is going from the lightest to the darkest that I can find.)

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If you have a Mac, the app /Applications/Utilities/DigitalColor Meter.app allows you to get hex values for a pixel. If you don't have a Mac, the ColorZilla addon for Firefox may do the trick for ya.

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I recently received email from Google employee with official Google signature that has Google colours in it.

I inspected the html code and got these values from it:

Red: rgb(213,15,37) or Hex #d50f25

Blue: rgb(51,105,232) or Hex #3369e8

Green: rgb(0,153,57) or Hex #009939

Yellow rgb(238,178,17) or Hex #eeb211

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