Color Requirements

The minimum web requirements allow for a more liberal use of brand colors. Designers may pull from the primary, secondary, and tertiary palettes, and may deviate from emphasizing Notre Dame’s traditional blue and gold, depending on the branding priorities of the website.

Primary Colors

Notre Dame blue (Pantone 289), gold (Pantone 117), and metallic gold (Pantone 10127) are Notre Dame’s primary colors.

  • Blue
    Pantone 289
    c99 m84 y45 k51
    r12 g35 b64
    #0c2340

  • Gold
    Pantone 117
    c22 m39 y100 k2
    r211 g159 b16
    #d39f10

  • Metallic Gold
    Pantone 10127
    c31 m39 y88 k5
    r174 g145 b66
    #ae9142


Secondary & Tertiary Colors

Secondary Colors

  • Pantone 460
    c11 m11 y62 k0
    r230 g212 b124
    #f6e7a1

  • Pantone 378
    c61 m44 y100 k31
    r88 g96 b26
    #465510

  • Pantone 613
    c32 m33 y100 k3
    r179 g153 b0
    #999623

  • Pantone black 4
    c59 m65 y74 k71
    r49 g37 b28
    #302205

  • Pantone 1817
    c40 m78 y67 k45
    r101 g50 b51
    #5f1709

  • Pantone 7710
    c79 m13 y28 k0
    r0 g165 b181
    #5aabbc

Tertiary Colors

  • Pantone 1805
    c21 m98 y92 k12
    r177 g37 b44
    #aa272f

  • Pantone 723
    c24 m63 y100 k10
    r179 g105 b33
    #ba6f2e

  • Pantone 128
    c5 m13 y82 k0
    r245 g212 b77
    #f2d653

  • Pantone 7519
    c51 m60 y71 k41
    r93 g73 b58
    #5a412f

  • Pantone 7406
    c7 m21 y100 k0
    r242 g195 b0
    #ffcf01

  • Pantone 348
    c96 m02 y100 k12
    r10 g132 b61
    #00843D

  • Pantone 7448
    c66 m76 y47 k40
    r75 g55 b75
    #4a3651