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Web Colors and Fonts

Web Colors

To meet web accessibility standards, text on the web must be in high contrast to its background (7:1 for body text, 4.5:1 for headings).

Body text:

Body text background:

Standard blue hexadecimal

Web highlight color used for interactive elements (links, buttons)

Used sparingly as a highlight color

Medium Gray:
Used sparingly as a background color to denote sections within a page

Light Gray:
Used as page background color and horizontal rules between sections

Gold fade:
Alternative to gray for backgrounds and horizontal rules

Used as container background color (for content/text areas)

Web Fonts

Standard font stack: Cabin, Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif

  • Cabin Normal for body copy; SemiBold for headings; SemiBoldItalic for ‘read more’ and other callout links

Alternate font stack: Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif

Note: Neutraface does NOT have a webfont license and cannot be used as an embedded font on a website. Neutraface can only be used in web graphics.

Last updated: 4/23/2019

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