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How to accomidate color blindness, and minimal colors on your site with a minimum of fuss.Views: 656
Nov 03, 2005 4:44 pmHow to accomidate color blindness, and minimal colors on your site with a minimum of fuss.#

David Healy
I have found a way to make style sheets that can be configured for colorblindness or are using 256 colors by using JavaScript. Would anyone like to know how to do this.

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Nov 03, 2005 5:26 pmre: How to accomidate color blindness, and minimal colors on your site with a minimum of fuss.#

Wolf Halton
That is probably a good thing.
As a colourblind person, I can tell you that (at least for me - YMMV) good contrast is the most important thing. The contrast dimention to concentrate on is dark:light you can have light blue on dark blue, but don't use red on black. There is no contrast at all in the latter (to me). To me, red is a bit like a light black.

On those spectrum maps I only see 3 positively identifiable "colours." White, Black and everything inbetween.

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Nov 04, 2005 4:00 amre: re: How to accomidate color blindness, and minimal colors on your site with a minimum of fuss.#

Kurt Schweitzer
You might want to run your website through the tool at http://www.vischeck.com/vischeck/vischeckURL.php. It will present you with a simulation of how your pages look through color blind eyes. Very enlightening!

(This was NOT the reason the Sound and Loving Care website only has B&W photos on it, but at least that's one issue I don't have to worry about with that site!)

Kurt Schweitzer
Sound and Loving Care (http://soundandlovingcare.com) - Helping you care for someone whose memory and thinking ability are deteriorating.

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