Ubuntu Brand Colors

Ubuntu brand colors are orange, white and black.
Hex, RGB, CMYK and Pantone® (PMS) color codes and values are listed below. You can also download the color palette of the Ubuntu brand with their hexadecimal codes.

Unless stated, all the colors are from the official Ubuntu brand guidelines, a link to which is provided on this page along with a link to their web site.
Please note: Typically, hex and RGB color codes are for digital use and CMYK values are for standard color printers.

As per their official brand guidelines, Ubuntu logo has three main colors which also form the core palette - orange, white and black. This name of this Debian-based Linux distribution comes from the cultural philosophy of the Nguni people, Bantu ethic people based in South Africa. Their philosophy of I am what I am because of who we all are is translated visually in a creative way in the Ubuntu logo which can be interpreted as people holding hands in a closed circle.

Ubuntu brand hex, RGB, CMYK and Pantone® (PMS) color codes

Hex code#E95420
RGB values(233, 84, 32)
CMYK values(0, 79, 100, 0)
Hex code#FFFFFF
RGB values(255, 255, 255)
CMYK values(0, 0, 0, 0)
Hex code#000000
RGB values(0, 0, 0)
CMYK values(0, 0, 0, 100)