#e4fade Color Information

In a RGB color space, hex #e4fade is composed of 89.4% red, 98% green and 87.1% blue. Whereas in a CMYK color space, it is composed of 8.8% cyan, 0% magenta, 11.2% yellow and 2% black. It has a hue angle of 107.1 degrees, a saturation of 73.7% and a lightness of 92.5%. #e4fade color hex could be obtained by blending #ffffff with #c9f5bd. Closest websafe color is: #ccffcc.

    • R 89
    • G 98
    • B 87
    RGB color chart
    • C 9
    • M 0
    • Y 11
    • K 2
    CMYK color chart

#e4fade color description : Light grayish lime green.

#e4fade Color Conversion

The hexadecimal color #e4fade has RGB values of R:228, G:250, B:222 and CMYK values of C:0.09, M:0, Y:0.11, K:0.02. Its decimal value is 15006430.

Hex triplet e4fade #e4fade
RGB Decimal 228, 250, 222 rgb(228,250,222)
RGB Percent 89.4, 98, 87.1 rgb(89.4%,98%,87.1%)
CMYK 9, 0, 11, 2
HSL 107.1°, 73.7, 92.5 hsl(107.1,73.7%,92.5%)
HSV (or HSB) 107.1°, 11.2, 98
Web Safe ccffcc #ccffcc
CIE-LAB 96.054, -12.164, 10.998
XYZ 79.363, 90.138, 82.321
xyY 0.315, 0.358, 90.138
CIE-LCH 96.054, 16.398, 137.882
CIE-LUV 96.054, -10.865, 18.741
Hunter-Lab 94.941, -16.937, 15.05
Binary 11100100, 11111010, 11011110

Color Schemes with #e4fade

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Alternatives to #e4fade

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#e4fade Preview

Text with hexadecimal color #e4fade

This text has a font color of #e4fade.

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#e4fade background color

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#e4fade border color

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CSS codes
.text {color:#e4fade;}
.background {background-color:#e4fade;}
.border {border:1px solid #e4fade;}

Shades and Tints of #e4fade

A shade is achieved by adding black to any pure hue, while a tint is created by mixing white to any pure color. In this example, #000100 is the darkest color, while #f2fdef is the lightest one.

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Tones of #e4fade

A tone is produced by adding gray to any pure hue. In this case, #ecedeb is the less saturated color, while #e1feda is the most saturated one.

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Color Blindness Simulator

Below, you can see how #e4fade is perceived by people affected by a color vision deficiency. This can be useful if you need to ensure your color combinations are accessible to color-blind users.

  • #f0f0f0 Achromatopsia 0.005% of the population
  • #eef2ec Atypical Achromatopsia 0.001% of the population
  • #fef3dc Protanopia 1% of men
  • #fff1ee Deuteranopia 1% of men
  • #eff4ff Tritanopia 0.001% of the population
  • #f4f5dc Protanomaly 1% of men, 0.01% of women
  • #f5f4e8 Deuteranomaly 6% of men, 0.4% of women
  • #ebf6f3 Tritanomaly 0.01% of the population