Google Search Has a Nifty New Trick for Artists
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One of the cool things about Google is that they’re always adding small tricks and features to their services, especially to the search engine. We’ve even written an entire guide to all of these Google tricks.

And not long ago, they added yet another one: a color converter that you can use for web design, graphic design, pixel art, and more.


All you have to do is type “rgb to hex” into the search engine and you’ll see the tool. Use the color picker to find the color you want, and it’ll show you the color values in RGB, HEX, HSV, HSL, and CMYK.

This is just one of many other tricks you can try. And note that other search engines have similar tricks too Which Search Engine Should You Be Using Today? Which Search Engine Should You Be Using Today? There are many search engines out there, but which one is the best for you? Read More , such as Bing (in case Google isn’t your cup of tea).

How useful is this for you? Do you prefer to pick your colors using some other method? Let us know in the comments!

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  1. Paul in NJ
    October 23, 2016 at 3:18 am

    Seriously? There have been web pages -- and downloaded dot-com programs -- for that for, oh, DECADES. As evidenced by all of the hits below their 'new' gizmo.

  2. Jenni
    October 22, 2016 at 9:08 pm

    Is there a tool that will remove a background from an image please? We know you can convert an image colour in Word or PPT, but sometimes the background shows up when the image is used over another colour and then printed. It doesn't show on screen, but we print training materials. This happens even if the original image had no background. If anyone can help with this it would be fantastic! The image is a png. We have tried using PS too, still comes with a background.
    Thank you

  3. Dan
    October 21, 2016 at 9:58 pm

    Useless for me unless they also add conversions to and from RAL, Munsell, and Pantone.

  4. Holly
    October 21, 2016 at 2:53 pm

    Neat, but not really useful as you can't input a specific color you want to know the mixes for. Would have been great to be able to input the # and get the CMYK for example.