Every year since 2000, Pantone Inc., creators of the popular PMS standardized color system, chooses an emerging color they believe is rising in popularity in the creative fields.
Last year, they bestowed the honor to “Emerald”. In 2014, it’s a bright purple color they’re calling “Radiant Orchid”.
Color Codes for Radiant Orchid
Here are Radiant Orchid color values for various popular color systems/notations. You can find this information on Pantone’s official page.
|CSS notation||(R) Red||(G) Green||(B) Blue|
|(C) Cyan||(M) Magenta||(Y) Yellow||(K) Key Black|
Note: The CMYK value shown in Photoshop is different from the one on Pantone’s official page and the one presented above.
Using Shades of Purple Similar to Radiant Orchid
Dribbble allows you to filter results based on color, so I used the Radiant Orchid hexadecimal color code —
#B163A3 — to find the designs below.
Note that these designs don’t color-match with Radiant Orchid quite exactly, and can vary in shade by up to 50%.
So I placed a Radiant-Orchid-colored border around them for your reference.
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