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The web designer today and the web designer 10 years ago are absolutely different professionals. The young minds widely use the benefits of developing internet technology: programs, effects, codes and Internet speed. Luckily, the constantly decreasing amount of professionals remembers the experience of troublesome transmission of the colors from one device into the other. At this particular moment the safe palette has started its existence. Computers, laptops, tablets. The question is not in high definition but in the type of matrix. Here comes the question how to obtain the identity of desired color to one that is perceived by the user.
The safe color palette consists of 216 tints. The hexadecimal system of numeration is used in web designing, i.e. there are two hexadecimal orders for each basic color. The color can be recorded the following way – HEX code of the color and RGB coding.
You won't find the manual with the precise instruction for using the right color palette to make the user like your site or vice versa to repel the user. It's all about the subjective sense. It would be useful to appeal to the palette of 216 safe colors. It won't secure you against the excessive contrast range, but without doubts it guarantees that you and the user will perceive the same required color.