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Easy color contrast ratios | Lea Verou

Browser support is IE10 and modern versions of Firefox, Safari, Chrome, Opera. Basic support for IE9. No responsive version yet, sorry (but you can always send pull requests!)


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WCAG 2.0 Luminance Contrast Ratio Accessibility Color Picker

Color Oracle

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Color Oracle is a free color blindness simulator for Window, Mac and Linux. It takes the guesswork out of designing for color blindness by showing you in real time what people with common color vision impairments will see.

Color Laboratory -- AWARE Center -- HTML Writers Guild

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This color laboratory allows you to select colors and see how they appear next to one another, and in various foreground/background combinations. It also allows you to see those colors as they might appear to color-blind users.

Color equivalents table

The 147 color keywords defined in SVG, as referenced by the CSS Color Module Level 3, along with their various numeric equivalents.


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0to255 is a simple tool that helps web designers find variations of any color.


La gestion des couleurs dans les navigateurs Internet

On le voit, le Web qui véhicule tant d'images est très mal servi par les navigateurs.

A Guide To Improve Your Website's Readability Through Colors

Colors have a huge effect on readability. This is why you need to choose them wisely so that they not only create esthetically pleasing combinations but also make it easier for users to read the text. Text is an integral part of any site and we shouldn’t punish visitors for coming to our site by using hard to read color combinations.


Checking colour contrast – Humanising Technology

When people talk about colour contrast on the web, they’re usually thinking in terms of text and information rich images. Most people won’t care what colours you’ve used for your decorative swooshes. If they can’t read the information you’ve put on your website though, they’re likely to be quite unhappy about it.

Proper Standards-Compliant Color Use in Web Design

Perhaps it is no secret to you that a good frontend design should be usable and accessible. That could be understood as having content that’s organized, readable, and understandable to everyone browsing the web, regardless of any impairment they may have.


ColorBrewer Intro - Selecting Good Color Schemes for Maps

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ColorBrewer is an online tool designed to help people select good color schemes for maps and other graphics. It is free to use, although we'd appreciate it if you could cite us if you decide to use one of our color schemes.

Accessible colour combinations | 456 Berea Street

Different people have different needs when it comes to the colour combinations that they can read comfortably (or at all) on screen. But what colour combinations are actually preferred by people with dyslexia or vision impairment?

Lighthouse International - Effective Color Contrast

Designing for People with Partial Sight and Color Deficiencies

Colour contrast - Web Access Centre

Good contrast is essential for people with reading problems and low vision.

Everybody is Color Blind

Are you colorblind? No, you don’t think so? — I am sure you also have some form of color vision deficiency or colorblind sensations. You don’t believe me? I’ll prove it in the following article.


Couleurs du web 2.0 · Zelf Black

Codes des couleurs Web 2.0 classées par ordre alphabétique

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