This is the blue Google uses for links on its search results pages.
Blue has long been the go-to color for links. But no one can seem to agree on exactly why, and who made that decision.
Internet folklore traces the popularity of links back to the father of the internet, Sir Tim Berners Lee. Some of the earliest pictures of him that feature links on his computer screen show links colored in blue.
But, Berners Lee, himself, has no memory of deciding on the color as the preferred choice for them. Mostly because when he popularized the practice of hyperlinks, he did it in the era of grayscale screens.
The path, therefore, leads us to Mosaic, an early internet browser, whose creators apparently decided to make blue the default color of links, because it was the color closest to black in its contrast to white, thus making it the next most legible color choice for web pages.
Since then, some shade of blue has been a staple of search results pages, and a color most of us probably see on a daily basis.