Colour Accessibility (Pocket Guide)

Colour Accessibility (Pocket Guide)

Geri Coady / Aug 04, 2020
Colour Accessibility Pocket Guide We often take colour for granted when choosing palettes for our designs assuming the appearance will be the same for everyone In reality the choices that look good to people with good colour vision
  • Title: Colour Accessibility (Pocket Guide)
  • Author: Geri Coady
  • ISBN: 9781907828195
  • Page: 132
  • Format: ebook
  • We often take colour for granted when choosing palettes for our designs, assuming the appearance will be the same for everyone.In reality, the choices that look good to people with good colour vision could cause serious usability problems for people affected by various forms of colour blindness, a type of disability that affects the perception of colour and occurs in a surWe often take colour for granted when choosing palettes for our designs, assuming the appearance will be the same for everyone.In reality, the choices that look good to people with good colour vision could cause serious usability problems for people affected by various forms of colour blindness, a type of disability that affects the perception of colour and occurs in a surprisingly large percentage of the population.This Pocket Guide will teach you how to create designs that are accessible to people with colour blindness without sacrificing aesthetics.
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    562 Comments

    1. Everything you need to know about making your designs work for people who are colour blind or with mild vision impairments Process, tools, and tips, with a bit of vision science Like all the Pocket Guides, it gets straight to the point and there s no filler.


    2. Pocket Guides are awesome, and this is no exception Anyone who s even remotely involved in design should definitely read this one.


    3. Not much I didn t already know, but there were some nice sounding tools that were new to me, and it s nice to have all these tips in one place to refer to other people


    4. A nice reminder about how important it is not to forget people with colour blindness and how to go about testing designs before build.


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