Color Indigo Night aqua-blue (#324680):
HEX, RGB color codes for HTML and CSS

The Comprehensive Guide to Indigo Night aqua-blue (#324680):
Its Meaning and Harmonious Color Matches in Design.

Indigo Night is a color with a HTML hex code of #324680.

Hue Family:

aqua-blues Family:

moderately saturated

colorful tone




medium chroma

Color Information about Indigo Night / #324680

The HTML HEX code is #324680. The corresponding color name is "Indigo Night". In RGB values (additive color space used for Digital Displays), this HEX code translates to Red (R): 50%, Green (G): 70%, Blue (B): 128%. In the CMYK color model (subtractive color model used in printing), it is represented by Cyan (C): 61%, Magenta (M): 45%, Yellow (Y):0%, Black (K): 50%. In the HSL color space, #324680 has a hue of 225°, saturation of 44%, and lightness of 35%. The HSV representation is 225° for hue, 61% for saturation, and 50% for value.

In the CIE-LAB color space, the color is denoted by L* (lightness) = 31, a* (green to red) = 11, and b* (blue to yellow) = -35. The XYZ representation is X: 7, Y: 7, Z: 21. In the YUV color space, it translates to Y (luminance) = 0.2770, U (chrominance) = 0.1107, and V (chrominance) = -0.0710.

The decimal value of the color is 3294848. The closest Web-safe HEX code is #333399. Variations of the colour are #5A73BF for a 20% lighter version and #151E37 for a 20% darker version.

For the color with hex value #324680, the correlated color temperature (CT) is estimated to be 268226410 Kelvin (268226410K).

The approximate wavelength of #324680 is around 477.50nm.

HEX Code324680#324680
RGB Decimal Code50, 70, 128rgb(50, 70, 128)
CMYK61, 45, 0, 50/
HSL225°, 44%, 35%hsl(225°, 44%, 35%)
HSV225°, 61%, 50%/
CIE-LAB31, 11, -35/
XYZ 7, 7, 21/
YUV0.2770, 0.1107, -0.0710/
Decimal value3294848/
Web-Safe HEX333399#333399
Color Temperature (CT)268226410 Kelvin (268226410K)/
Estimate Wavelengtharound 477.50nm/

The Depth and Diversity of Indigo Night (Hex: #324680): Exploring its Impact in Design and Culture

Indigo Night (#324680) is a deep, rich color that resembles the night sky just after sunset. Its hue is reminiscent of the twilight hours when everything takes on a mysterious and tranquil ambience. This shade can be compared to the intense beauty of a sapphire gemstone or the mesmerizing tones found in a peacocks feathers. Indigo Night is also similar to the hues found in certain exotic flowers, such as the blue orchid or the Himalayan blue poppy. Its dark and captivating nature makes it an ideal choice for creating a sense of sophistication and intrigue in visual designs.

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Tints and Shades of #324680 HEX color (Indigo Night)

In color theory, tints and shades are essential for understanding the depth and luminosity of colors. A tint is achieved by adding white to a pure hue, lightening its appearance. Conversely, a shade results from blending black with a color, giving it a deeper tone. In the context of #324680, this color stands at the center between its tints and shades. While the tints get progressively lighter moving towards white (#ffffff), the shades deepen towards black (#000000).

  • #ffffff
  • #CCD1DF
  • #99A3C0
  • #6574A0
  • #324680
  • #263560
  • #192340
  • #0D1220
  • #000000

Tones of Indigo Night (#324680 HEX color)

A tone is produced by adding gray to any pure hue. In the case of #324680, #515d80 is the less saturated color, while #324680 is the most saturated one.

  • #515d80
  • #495780
  • #425280
  • #3a4c80
  • #324680
  • #333333
  • #262626
  • #1a1a1a
  • #0d0d0d

HTML Usage Examples

HTML using color code example

<p style="color: #324680;">This is a css example</p>

HTML / CSS Color Name using W3C

W3C HTML / CSS Color Name doesn't exist for #324680.

CSS color code example

p { color: #324680; }

Text with hexadecimal color #324680

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Background Color with #324680

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Border Color with #324680

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#324680 Color Preview on White (#ffffff) Background

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#324680 Color Preview on Black (#000000) Background

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CSS codes examples

.text {color:#324680;}
.background {background-color:#324680;}
.border {border:1px solid #324680;}

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