• Strange Science: Hexadecimal Word Colors

    by  • September 1, 2017 • Strange Science • 0 Comments

    Hexadecimal colors based on English wordsIf you’re familiar with hexadecimal codes, a shortcut for representing binary, which can be used to get a brilliant variety of colors for webpages, you may be interested in this website, called #c0ffee is the color. On this page, you can learn which real English words can be used as hexadecimal codes, and thus have a color “associated” with them.

    There are alternate settings for expanded forms of hexadecimal codes, but the simplest of codes (those using numbers 0-9 and letters A-F) still provide some words that can be converted into colors.

    And for the record, #c0ffee is a really difficult to read color.

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