Color-Blindness Accessibility Guide - Can I Play That?
This guide was written by Douglas Pennant, Creative Assembly. People with color-blindness have difficulty distinguishing some colors from each other; purple might look like blue, brown might look like green, and red might look like black. These are just a few examples. Gamers with color-blindness experience a variety of problems in video games. Information presented […]
ColorADD is a unique, universal, inclusive and non-discriminative language that enables the color blind to identify colors, with a wide spectrum of use on companies/entities whenever color is a factor of identification, orientation or choice.
Colorblind Considerations when Creating Accessible Charts and Graphs
We share some things you can do to make your graphic colors accessible and review the WCAG success criteria 1.4.1 Use of Color. Dax gives you some easy ways to make your maps more accessible and Chad shares the color contrast ratio for Graphics and his preferences for making line graphs more accessible.
Colorsinspo is the best place to learn about colors by different experiences, choose right color palettes from the list of thousands palettes, use various tools to create color palettes and a lot more.
ColorTester - Software for test contrast ratio (WCAG 2.0 (JIS X 8341-3:2010) color contrast success criteria) between fore color and background color - アルファサード株式会社
ColorTester provides a pass/fail assessment against WCAG 2.0 (JIS X 8341-3:2010) color contrast success criteria.It supports the drag-and-drop image file to window or get colors from picture of Clipboard.
Communicating Your Commitment to Accessibility: Tips for Employers - Peatworks
Communicating Your Commitment to Accessibility: Tips for Employers
One of PEAT's primary goals is to help employers understand how to ensure their information and communications technology (ICT) infrastructure is accessible to all employees—and to help them understand the strong business case for doing so. For some employers, the most effective way of adopting an