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Google's search engine now converts color values

Is there anything that Google can't do?
Daniel Cooper, @danielwcooper
October 10, 2016
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There are plenty of nerdy things that Google's search engine can do, and the latest is a peach if you're a graphic designer. If you type in "RGB to Hex," you'll be shown a color converter that'll let you pick a shade and get the RBG and Hex values for both. In addition, you can hit the Show Color Values toggle and get a breakdown of the HSV, HSL and CMYK counts for those shades. Yes, it's not the most useful feature in the world, but it'll save you having to open up Photoshop just to get a color value for your web design project.

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