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What Problems Do Colorblind People Have On The Web?

Story:

In a brief article by Todd Follansbee on webword.com, a case study on colorblindness and the web is presented. The author himself has a fairly common form of colorblindness (up to 10% of males are to some degree colorblind).

He discovered early on that websites that drew raves from other designers and art directors were not usable at important points.

Analysis:

What is the main point to make with respect to colorblindness? Contrast! Make sure that your text stands out against its background no matter what colors you use.

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