The purpose of this site is to give users practical suggestions about real life
colors matching computer generated RGBs.
Every day architects, graphic designers, painters, everybody using home improvement
software, generate new colors on their computers. As long as they do not need to
translate their colors in real products, RGB values are OK.
But what if an architect does want to spec a paint for his project?
What if a designer does need to print his artwork?
What if you have to specify the color of your company logo to an advertising company?
These are the occasions where RGB values are useless, specially if physical color
standards are not available at the moment.
This site is here to fill the gap in between computer generated colors and real world
For professional in the color industry we also introduced a powerful color calculator
to convert color data in different color spaces. If you don't know what XYZ are,
don't worry, this is stuff for the color lab experts.