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NCS Album
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION Using NCS Album as a tool, you can define and colour match different surfaces and materials such as textiles and plastic. You can also compare colours under different kinds of lighting conditions. The colour samples in NCS Album are arranged in a logical order based on hue, chromaticnes, blackness and lightness. The album can be used to advantage for colour matching, mood boards and communication of chosen colours.
NCS Colour Trends 2019+
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NCS Colour Trends 2019+ Stay on track with the most important interior colour trends using a handy fan deck. PRODUCT DESCRIPTION Colour Trends 2019+ is a colour sample collection, which consists four colour trends presented in a handy A6-sized fan deck, including six colours each. Colour Trends 2019+ also includes features on trends – which, why and where they are heading. An overview of the colours is also included to easily identify important colour groups and their direction.
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NCS NAVIGATOR PREMIUM – MONTHLY Navigator Premium for only 10 EUR per month. A web application featuring the full range of NCS 1950 Standard colours in an interactive 3D-space. Create matching colour palettes and import them to different graphical software, e.g. Adobe Creative Suite. PRODUCT DESCRIPTION Work with the 1950 NCS standard colours and import them into your Adobe® Creative Suite® software. Convert NCS notations to CMYK, RGB and Lab. See Lightness Value and Luminous Reflectance Factor for all 1950 NCS standard colours. Save your palettes and colour selections from your colour workspace and export them.
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ADVANCED COLOUR SIMILARITIES – Training in a high level of ability to distinguish between colours PRODUCT DESCRIPTION The sixth and final exercise kit from NCS Colour Academy. More advanced skills in similarities of degree, correlation and the systematic arrangement of colours. The degree of difficulty increases considerably in these exercises and they are recommended as group exercises or for students with high ability in distinguishing between colours.
NCS Colour Design mask
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NCS Colour Design mask A collection of colour masking tools to help separate and isolate a selected colour or colour combination against a neutral background. PRODUCT DESCRIPTION Place the design masks over colour samples to isolate and view them with a neutral background. This is a colour combination tool to find matching colours in NCS Atlas or to use with any other materials.
Culture colour for linseed
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Culture colour for linseed A collection of historical pigment types with NCS notations, compiled in a pocket-size colour palette for easy colour selection. PRODUCT DESCRIPTION Contains 300 colour samples for traditional colour design in linseed-oil paint. Developed in collaboration with the Swedish National Heritage Board, it acts as a guide to historical colour design with traditional pigments. The collection contains translations into NCS notation for simple translation and communication.
NCS Colourpin SE
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Get the next generation wireless color reader - NCS Pin, store and share colors from real-life settings, direct from your smartphone. Comes with better durability, and a new design and format. Now including several functional accessories. Launched with a number of new functions in the new NCS Colourpin app. Design Info will provide the latest NCS Color Pin with all features and warranty.
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COLOUR CONTRASTS – Training in colour phenomena and colour influences PRODUCT DESCRIPTION The fifth of a total of six colour exercise kits from NCS Colour Academy. Learn how the contast between a light and a dark colour will differ when combined with other colours. Lightness is not an elementary property. It is a value defined in relation to the grey scale. Trains your ability to register and explain colour phenomena and how colours influence each other when they are seen at the same time.
NCS Exterior Collection
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NCS EXTERIOR COLLECTION A collection of matte colour samples with separate, fanable colour samples, specially adapted for exterior colour design of façades, façade details and roofs. PRODUCT DESCRIPTION Our perception of colours in outdoor environments differs from how we see colours inside. This collection of colour samples has been compiled taking into account such factors as light, environment, colour fastness and traditions in present and traditional colour design. This facilitates selection of exterior colours. The colour samples’ finish ranges from matt to semi-matt.
Colour choices
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Colour choices A book on colours, colour design and colour science research – an inspiration when choosing colours PRODUCT DESCRIPTION This book presents colour research findings which can be of great use in interior and exterior design. It gives an introduction to the field of colour science and provides inspiration and assistance when choosing colours, both for products and for environments. The author Berit Bergström is Senior Advisor and teaching at the NCS Colour Academy.

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How do you ensure that your supplier or customer pictures a particular forest green colour exactly the same way that you do? The NCS system helps you communicate colours in a way that everyone understands.

NCS, Natural Colour System is a logical colour system which builds on how the human being sees colour. Colour is what we see, a subjective visual sensation. To characterize a colour you therefore have to describe what you see. How the colour is mixed, as well as the measurement data, is necessary for production, but to communicate with the customer you need a system in the way people see colours. A notation represents a specific colour percept and says nothing about what pigments, lights rays or nerve signals that have been given rise to this perception. This makes it possible to describe the colours of all surface materials and ensure that the colours turn out exactly as you want them to

The foundation of our products is the NCS – Natural Colour System®© – the cross-industry colour system used around the world for colour communication between designers and manufacturers, retailers and customers. Since the NCS system is based on how we perceive colours visually the system allows you to describe any imaginable surface colour and be given a NCS-notation. This has made the colour system a global standard for the definition, quality assurance, and communication of colour.


The NCS system is used by architects, designers, and material manufacturers, the colour industry, product manufacturers, and retailers the world over.


The NCS system gives a unique opportunity to communicate colour between all those involved in a colour process, to ensure that the end result is precisely as it should be.


The system starts from six elementary colours, which are perceived by human beings as being “pure”. The four chromatic elementary colours are yellow (Y), red (R), blue (B) and green (G), and the two non-chromatic elementary colours are white (W), black (S). All other colours can be described in terms of their degree of resemblance to the elementary colours. Not again that these concepts describe the purely visual properties of the colour and not how the colour is mixed.


Beginning with the elementary colours, it is possible to construct a three-dimensional descriptive model called the NCS colour space, which includes the whole colour world and makes it possible to describe any conceivable colour percept. All imaginable surface colours can be placed and thus be given an exact NCS-notation. For the sake of clarity, it is usually shown in two projections – the colour circle and the colour triangle.


By taking a horizontal view through the colour space, we see this circle where the four chromatic elementary colours yellow, red, blue and green are placed like the points of the compass with the space between them divided into 100 equal steps.

Here you see the hue (the colour family) R90B. This means that all colours in this hue have 90% resemblance to blue and 10% resemblance to red. It is a slightly reddish bluecolour so it is almost a pure blue colour.


The NCS Colour Triangle is a vertical section through the colour space. Here you find different nuances of the actual blue hue R90B. The base of the triangle is the grey scale from white (W) to black (S) and the apex of the triangle is the maximum chromaticness (C) within each hue, in this case R90B. The chromaticness specifies how strong the colour is. Colours of the same hue can have a different blackness, chromaticness or whiteness values, which is different nuances. The scales for blackness, whiteness andchromaticness are divided into 100 steps, which as well as in the colour circle can be perceived as percentages. In the triangle is the nuance 1050 selected.


S means that the colour is part of the visual selection of NCS 1950 standard colours, which illustrates the NCS System. The first part of the code (e.g.) 1050 describes the nuance of the actual colour R90B.

  • This has 10% blackness

  • 50% chromaticness (colour strength)

  • The remaining 40% out of 100% is whiteness which is not printed out in the NCS notation

The second part of the NCS notation, e.g. R90B, is the hue, which can be described as the position within the NCS colour circle. Code R90B is a reddish blue colour described as:

  • A red (R) with 10% resemblance to red and

  • 90% resemblance to blue (B).

Another example: B40G is a blue colour with 40% green, and so on.

S 1050-R90B gives you an unambiguous definition of a colour and any surface colour can be described with the help of the NCS System. For example a colour can be given the notation 1143-Y85R. This colour does not belong to the NCS 1950 standard colours. It can though still be described with the NCS system without no S in front of the notation.