Accommodating colorblind computer users
Current solutions to this problem can adapt colors based on standard ..." Color is commonly used to represent categories and values in many computer applications, but differentiating these colors can be difficult in many situations (e.g., for users with color vision deficiency (CVD), or in bright light).Current solutions to this problem can adapt colors based on standard simulations of CVD, but these models cover only a fraction of the ways in which color perception can vary.
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Have you ever considered color blindness when designing a UI?
Well, even if not here are some useful tips that will help produce a colorblind-friendly website.
It is remarkable that approximately 8% of all Caucasian males and 0.5% of females experience problems with some forms of color deficiency, and it means that 1 of 20 users may not be able to see your website in its full beauty.
For these viewers the text may be fuzzy and images may be unrecognizable.