If you’re a designer using the Sip for Mac app to pick colours, you might find this format useful. I call it the “web designer hex”. Hex is probably the easiest format to use in your CSS files and different applications for simple copy-pasting. Still, when you’re picking colours off of your inspiration sources for examination, it’s easier to think in the HSB colour system. As Erik D. Kennedy puts it, a strong HSB advocate and author of excellent articles on design puts it:
I'm choosey about which hills I'm willing to die on, and this is one of them: HSB is the best widely-used color system for designers (not RGB, not CMY, not Lab, etc). Never used it? Check it out. https://t.co/PwLzdIKbeI
— Erik D. Kennedy (@erikdkennedy) January 17, 2018
Therefore, I set this format up to display additional hue, saturation and brightness values when I have the magnifier open and only copy minimalist hex value into the clipboard (#E05049 in this case).
You can import this format by downloading and opening this file. If you prefer to manually set it up, click on the Sip icon in your toolbar, select the format chooser and click on the big “+” icon to create a new format. Once in there, give it a simple title (e.g. “web designer hex”) and enter this simple snippet as your Clipboard format.