The meaning of the color Tangerine and color combinations to inspire your next design.
Tangerine is a saturated, bold orange hue that aptly describes the exterior of the delicious fruit—the same fruit this fun hue derives its name from. Its hex code is #F28500. Curiously, the iMac G3s were all named named after fruits, and among them was the tangerine.
Like most other orange hues, tangerine is associated with energy, youth, and happiness.
Not surprisingly, tangerine pairs wonderfully with any color you’d associate with a sunset, like yellows, blues, and purples. These palettes are usually cheery and lively. Tangerine also makes a lovely accent when combined with grays and creams, creating a more conservative and elegant look.
Looking for a different hue? The following colors are related to tangerine.
In a RGB color space (made from three colored lights for red, green, and blue), hex #F28500 is made of 94.9% red, 52.2% green and 0% blue. In a CMYK color space (also known as process color, or four color, and used in color printing), hex #F28500 is made of 0% cyan, 45% magenta, 100% yellow and 5% black. Tangerine has a hue angle of 33 degrees, a saturation of 100% and a lightness of 47.5%.
The hexadecimal color #F28500 has RGB values of R: 94.9, G: 52.2, B: 0 and CMYK values of C: 0, M: 0.45, Y: 1, K:0.05.
242, 133, 0
94.9, 52.2, 0
rgb(94.9%, 52.2%, 0%)
0, 45, 100, 5
33°, 100, 47.5
hsl(33°, 100%, 47.5%)
|HSV (or HSB)|
33°, 100, 94.9
66.258, 35.168, 72.612
45.01, 35.658, 4.512
0.528, 0.419, 35.658
66.258, 80.68, 64.158
66.258, 90.922, 62.419
59.714, 33.764, 35.379
11110010, 10000101, 00000000
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