Specs for our primary and accent colors were created with you in mind, and we invite you to use them when developing your own materials.
Using TXST brand colors on the web
Web accessibility means that websites, tools, and technologies are designed and developed so that all people can use them. In Texas State web content, all color combinations must meet the AA standard of 4.5:1 for smaller text and 3:1 for large-sized or bold text. In the Gato editor, section and font color combos are already designed to meet these standards. Please check color contrast when combining colors.
To learn more about digital accessibility, visit TXST's digital accessibility support site.
The university's official maroon and gold colors are key components of our brand, and consistent use is essential to a unified image.
TEXAS STATE MAROON
Texas State Gold
Accent colors are intended to complement the primary colors. They should not be used as a substitute for the primary colors.