Color Ultramarine Highlight blue (#2e328f):
HEX, RGB color codes for HTML and CSS

The Comprehensive Guide to Ultramarine Highlight blue (#2e328f):
Its Meaning and Harmonious Color Matches in Design.

Ultramarine Highlight is a color with a HTML hex code of #2e328f.

Hue Family:

blues Family:

moderately saturated

colorful tone




medium chroma

Color Information about Ultramarine Highlight / #2e328f

The HTML HEX code is #2e328f. The corresponding color name is "Ultramarine Highlight". In RGB values (additive color space used for Digital Displays), this HEX code translates to Red (R): 46%, Green (G): 50%, Blue (B): 143%. In the CMYK color model (subtractive color model used in printing), it is represented by Cyan (C): 68%, Magenta (M): 65%, Yellow (Y):0%, Black (K): 44%. In the HSL color space, #2e328f has a hue of 238°, saturation of 51%, and lightness of 37%. The HSV representation is 238° for hue, 68% for saturation, and 56% for value.

In the CIE-LAB color space, the color is denoted by L* (lightness) = 26, a* (green to red) = 30, and b* (blue to yellow) = -52. The XYZ representation is X: 7, Y: 5, Z: 27. In the YUV color space, it translates to Y (luminance) = 0.2330, U (chrominance) = 0.1613, and V (chrominance) = -0.0461.

The decimal value of the color is 3027599. The closest Web-safe HEX code is #333399. Variations of the colour are #595DC9 for a 20% lighter version and #151741 for a 20% darker version.

For the color with hex value #2e328f, the correlated color temperature (CT) is estimated to be 3246 Kelvin (3246K).

The approximate wavelength of #2e328f is around 471.00nm.

HEX Code2e328f#2e328f
RGB Decimal Code46, 50, 143rgb(46, 50, 143)
CMYK68, 65, 0, 44/
HSL238°, 51%, 37%hsl(238°, 51%, 37%)
HSV238°, 68%, 56%/
CIE-LAB26, 30, -52/
XYZ 7, 5, 27/
YUV0.2330, 0.1613, -0.0461/
Decimal value3027599/
Web-Safe HEX333399#333399
Color Temperature (CT)3246 Kelvin (3246K)/
Estimate Wavelengtharound 471.00nm/

The Depth and Diversity of Ultramarine Highlight (Hex: #2e328f): Exploring its Impact in Design and Culture

Ultramarine Highlight (#2e328f) resembles the vibrant blue hue found in the depths of the ocean, where it merges with the darkness of the abyss. This color evokes a sense of mystery and depth, similar to the intense blue glow emitted by bioluminescent organisms. Imagine a brilliant cluster of phytoplankton lighting up the waves at night, or a mesmerizing school of darting fish in the deep sea. Ultramarine Highlight captures the essence of these natural phenomena, infusing websites or designs with an enigmatic and captivating energy.

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Tints and Shades of #2e328f HEX color (Ultramarine Highlight)

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 #2e328f, 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
  • #CBCCE3
  • #9799C7
  • #6265AB
  • #2e328f
  • #23266B
  • #171948
  • #0C0D24
  • #000000

Tones of Ultramarine Highlight (#2e328f HEX color)

A tone is produced by adding gray to any pure hue. In the case of #2e328f, #4f5189 is the less saturated color, while #2e328f is the most saturated one.

  • #4f5189
  • #47498b
  • #3e428c
  • #363a8e
  • #2e328f
  • #333333
  • #262626
  • #1a1a1a
  • #0d0d0d

HTML Usage Examples

HTML using color code example

<p style="color: #2e328f;">This is a css example</p>

HTML / CSS Color Name using W3C

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CSS color code example

p { color: #2e328f; }

Text with hexadecimal color #2e328f

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Background Color with #2e328f

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Border Color with #2e328f

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#2e328f Color Preview on White (#ffffff) Background

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#2e328f Color Preview on Black (#000000) Background

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CSS codes examples

.text {color:#2e328f;}
.background {background-color:#2e328f;}
.border {border:1px solid #2e328f;}

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