Tag archive for RGB Codes

How to Enter Your Custom Color Codes in Excel

How to Enter Your Custom Color Codes in Excel

If you want to look polished, then you have no other choice but to customize your visualization’s color palette. Don’t worry–customizing your colors is an easy low-hanging-fruit edit. Locate your style guide, scroll down to the color section, and decode the jargon. If you don’t…

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How to Find Your Custom Color Codes with Paint

How to Find Your Custom Color Codes with Paint

Lots of my workshop participants are government employees who don’t have or can’t find style guides and/or they’re not allowed to download eyedropper tools to locate color codes. Microsoft Paint to the rescue!   Hi! I am Matt Feldmann with Goshen Education Consulting in Southwestern Illinois…

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How to Find Your Custom Color Codes with an Eyedropper

How to Find Your Custom Color Codes with an Eyedropper

You know you’re supposed to customize your color palette to match your organization’s branding. You know you can find your color codes in your existing style guide. But what if you don’t have a style guide? Or can’t find it because it’s buried within your…

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How to Find Your Custom Color Codes with a Style Guide (and Decode the Jargon)

How to Find Your Custom Color Codes with a Style Guide (and Decode the Jargon)

“Ann, which colors should I use in my graphs?” You should start with your organization’s existing color palette. Consultants, I suggest using your client’s palette, not your own. Show that you’ve gone the extra mile in customizing your work especially for them. This is one…

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Matching Graph Colors to Branding

Matching Graph Colors to Branding

Adding color to graphs is simultaneously the easiest and absolute hardest technique to nail. Color is about much, much more than simply making your graphs look pretty. When used well, color can enhance branding, guide viewers’ eyes to the most important pieces of the graph,…

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