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Website Accessibility and Color Design

This website provides an interactive accessibility color wheel that allows the user to mix and match foreground and background colors. The bilingual tool evaluates how accessible the color combination is based on different vision deficiencies and normal vision.

Giacomo Mazzocato

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Posted by: alex blok on Tue Nov 25, 2014 at 8:16 a.m.

This is an awesome tool! It allows you to pick from different text and background colors. The tool allows people to choose color pairs that are more universally designed. It simulates three types of vision deficiencies. If the website gives you a check mark, the contrast between the colors is good.

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Posted by: white259 on Wed Dec 03, 2014 at 8:17 a.m.

This was an amazing resource for all text based things not just websites. It shows whether or not a foreground/background combo is accessible and what that combination looks like to people with different visual impairments. Overall, incredible useful and user friendly.

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Posted by: cburckardt on Wed Dec 03, 2014 at 8:19 a.m.

This resource has a lot of value because more and more of our lives are taking place online, and there is a bigger push for websites to be optimally designed for persons with disability.

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"Advancing employment opportunities and expectations for people with disabilities strengthens not only America's economy, but our moral fiber. It creates a more inclusive America, one where every person is recognized for his or her accomplishments — and that should be our goal not just on Labor Day but every day."

Assistant Secretary Kathy Martinez, Office of Disability Employment Policy, September 7, 2009