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Do you know why the color of Facebook is blue?

(Last Updated On: May 16, 2018)

Do you know why the color of Facebook is blue?

Facebook started on February 4, 2004. On this occasion, we are giving you some interesting information about Facebook and its leader Mark Zuckerberg here.
Facebook has gone through some major redesigns in the past few years but one part that has more or less stayed the same in all those years is the site’s blue color.
Mark Zuckerberg had told during an interview that he had taken an online test and then he knew that he was color-blind. Facebook’s co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has red-green color blindness. Due to this, Facebook has been named Blue Color in accordance with Zuckerberg’s will.
Mark Zuckerberg is a dog lover and he has Hungarian Sheepdog, whose name is Beast. Its Facebook has more than 2 million fans.
When everything is romance, the head of Facebook is even faster than the rest of the world. Mark Zuckerberg had taught Chinese to talk to family members of his girlfriend Priscilla Chan in 2010. Now his girlfriend has become his wife. Recently, a ninth angel has also born in his family.

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Despite having more than four million followers, Mark Zuckerberg has made only 19 tweets in Twitter till date. Zuckerberg usually shares his post on Facebook only.
You’ve often seen that Mark Zuckerberg appears in the gray color t-shirt. The reason for this is that they are quite busy. They believe that by doing this, they save time in the morning.
Another important commercial factor for using blue color is the fact that most colors tend to distract the viewers. Blue, on the other hand, acts as a transparent background to the main content as visible to the human brain due to which most popular websites tend to use the blue color. It can easily be called a webmaster’s favorite color. The blue color is also sometimes referred to as ‘Nirvana’ for the brain.

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