Colors


Living color-world.

Our presence is characterized by the strong use of color. All six design colors carry equal weighting and are used with no coding by sectors, areas or product groups. Ideally, a single color is used over a large area.

blue

RGB: 0 – 124 – 188
Hex: #007cbc
CMYK: 100 – 43 – 0 – 0
Pantone: 300 CVC
RAL: 5017

mo-blue

RGB: 98 – 121 – 139
Hex: #62798b
CMYK: 40 – 12 – 0 – 50
Pantone: 5415 C
RAL: 240 50 15

dark green

RGB: 0 – 166 – 51
Hex: #00a633
CMYK: 85 – 10 – 100 – 0
Pantone: 7740 CVC
RAL: 140 50 60

light green

RGB: 163 – 186 – 30
Hex: #a3ba1e
CMYK: 48 – 14 – 100 – 0
Pantone: 2276
RAL: 110 60 60

yellow

RGB: 251 – 185 – 0
Hex: #fbb900
CMYK: 0 – 30 – 100 – 0
Pantone: 7409
RAL: 1003

orange

RGB: 224 – 122 – 12
Hex: #e07a0c
CMYK: 11 – 60 – 100 – 0
Pantone: 7413
RAL: 2011

color mode rgb

RGB
Screen colors, for websites and digital presentations.

color mode rgb

Hex
Screen colors, code for RGB colors on websites.

color mode rgb

CMYK
Print colors, for all print materials.

color mode pantone ral

Pantone, Ral
Special colors for offset printing and paints. For color-true representation of the design colors.

Focused colorfulness

Areas of color may border one another. What is important is conveying a vibrant and active overall impression, without appearing frivolous. The result is a balanced overall image in which no one color is treated preferentially. Key information is emphasized using colors.

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Additional colors for layout applications

As support, the colors mo-blue and black can be graduated in 10 % increments. These colors are used for emphasis within the layout, e.g. for text boxes. They are not intended for use on key media, e.g. title pages and advertisements.

graduated colors

graduated color values mo-blue
graduated color values black