Capturing your brands colour codes

Chris Horroll
Chris Horroll
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Where you have an option of using custom colours in your Publisher Templates (window cards/brochures), Stationery Templates, Email Templates, and PropertyFile Configuration, you'll need to use the six-digit Hex code to define the colours of your branding.

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Capturing a Hex code

A Hex code is a hexadecimal way to represent a colour in RGB format by combining three values - the amounts of red, green and blue in a particular shade of colour.

Your agency will likely have brand guidelines which specify the colour codes used by your company. However, in the event they don't, Image Color Picker is a website which will help you to identify any colour code from a website or image.

  1. Click Use Your Image and either upload a picture from your computer or network, or, enter a Website Url
  2. Hover over the image and click an area to identify the colours you need from their source. The six-digit Hex code will update accordingly, i.e. #e37c76

Converting an RGB code to a Hex code

Your agency brand guidelines may have your colour codes in a different format known as RGB. RGB codes have three elements to them, separated by commas, i.e. RGB(37, 150, 190).

If you need to convert an RGB code to a Hex colour code, you can do so here.

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Creating and editing Email Templates

Creating a new stationery template

Creating and customising a brochure template for a property

Creating and customising a window card template for a property

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