Color Blindness and the Web. Victor Walker COSC 279- Web Design Final Project. Color Blindness and the Web. Color Blindness The Problems With Web Pages Solutions. Color Blindness. More appropriately referred to as color deficiency Affects a significant portion of the population
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COSC 279- Web Design
Normal Vision Red-Green Deficiency
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Ishihara Test for Color Blindness
A person with normal vision sees the number 45 when looking at this image. A person with a Red-Green color deficiency would see just spots.
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Paying close attention to background colors, text colors, and color images will help web designers maximize their website traffic and make their web pages more effective and user friendly.
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