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Colours

Colour is versatile; it's used to express emotion and tone, as well as place emphasis and create associations. Colour should always be used in meaningful and intentional ways in order to create patterns and visual cues.

Guidelines

Short description

For the brand perspective on use of colour, etc, see the Interim guidelines: https://seb.brandmanual.se/en

When and how to use it

When using colours, choose primary colours (top row in Swatches) first. If more colours are needed, use tint colours (the other rows). For interactive elements it is recommended to use any of the blue colours.

Background colours

  • White
  • Background

Text colour

  • Grey 800

More about Typography

Link colour

  • Link

More about Inline links

 

Do's and don'ts on colour contrast

 

  • Again, don’t use white text on a light background, because of accessibilities issues.
  • Don’t make colours lighter except for in graphs. For graphs it’s possible to use several different colours.

 

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Swatches

Colours

Green
  • Green
  • Dark green 1
  • Dark green 2
Yellow
  • Yellow
  • Dark yellow 1
  • Dark yellow 2
Purple
  • Purple
  • Dark purple 1
  • Dark purple 2
Red
  • Red
  • Dark red 1
  • Dark red 2
Blue
  • Blue
  • Dark blue 1
  • Dark blue 2

 

Greyscale

Use any shade of grey to support our primary colours. 

  • Grey 900
  • Grey 800
  • Grey 700
  • Grey 600
  • Grey 500
  • Grey 400
  • Grey 300
  • Grey 200
  • Grey 100

 

Dark mode

Read more about Pattern: Dark mode 

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