Re: Website Designs
I've done some quick research into colour blind site design and from what i
have found have been able to adapt my site designs to what a colour blind
user would see. The only colour that seems to change is the pink because
most of the time greys arent affected. unfortunately i couldnt change the
logo to show the colour changes because i don't have the original file but
this isnt really important.
The definitions of each type of colour blindness is shown below along with a
link to how this type of person would see my site.
Deuteranopia is insensitivity to green.
Protanopia is insensitivity to red.
Tritanopia is very rare and is insensitivity to blue.
The only slight problem at the moment is with the 'YES' and 'NO' links on
the top bar with the deuteranopia design. My first idea for solving this
could be to have the links on a contrasting background colour such as white.
Does anyone else have any ideas?