I have some brand guidelines.
One of the main colours is #004F6B. The guidance advises the use of "10% tints" to expand the palette. The suggested tints for this colour are:
100% #004F6B 90% #2f6077 80% #437186
I've tried various online tools and I can't find any method/process to apply a "tint" and get these results.
What process have they used and how can I replicate that in CSS without defining every "tint"?
.: edit 2 :.
Turns out the HEX/HTML colours given for the tints do match the colours shown... so the guidelines were basically wrong.
.: edit 1 :.
It was suggested I add the full range:
100% C100 M18 Y12 K59 HTML 004F6B 90% C82 M49 Y35 K22 HTML 2f6077 80% C79 M39 Y32 K16 HTML 437186 70% C67 M35 Y31 K12 HTML 598395 60% C62 M28 Y28 K7 HTML 0a0a0a 50% C51 M24 Y24 K4 HTML 87a6b3 40% C45 Y20 Kl HTML 9fb8c2 30% C33 M14 Y16 Kl HTML b7cad1 20% C24 M8 Y11 K0 HTML cfdbe1 10% C11 M4 Y6 KO0 HTML e7edf0