6
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2answers
717 views

Colourblindness in design

I'm doing a little research to see how many people are affected by colourblindness to see if it is useful for our company to put some extra attention into our designs for those who are colourblind. ...
3
votes
1answer
110 views

Good colors to indicate presence (in/out)

I'm designing an app that allows people to indicate if they are in or out of the office. When they change state, I'm showing a pop-up screen with an in icon or an out icon. Currently the background ...
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votes
4answers
360 views

Should we risk using colors other than blue in Web apps?

Trends: New Colors (we’re looking at you, #00A0D1) If there’s one thing that’s been stagnant in the design community, it’s the originality with colors. Sixty percent of the applications on my ...
2
votes
2answers
1k views

What is the difference between WCAG 2 AAA Compliant and WCAG 2 AA Compliant

I use a web app to check my site color contrast. Most of my color (Back/fore ground colors) are OK and I see YES inside textboxes except the one which refers to WCAG 2 AAA. What is it? What is the ...
6
votes
5answers
685 views

Are social media icons as effective when grey-scale?

Social icons may be more noticeable in the header, but they can clutter they navigation. Are social icons as effective in grey-scale? ie. Will users still see them in a group of links if they're not ...
7
votes
3answers
309 views

Choosing colors appropriately for red-green colorblindness

I want a green for "correct answer" and a red for "wrong answer". My current choice is rgb(144, 238, 144) for the green and rgb(250, 128, 114) for the red. (See wikilearner.net/wiki for the colours in ...
4
votes
5answers
879 views

Traffic light like indicator for color-blind users?

We want to implement an indicator to display 'good' 'average' or 'bad'. So someone came up with a traffic light image. (green circle for 'good' yellow circle for 'average' and a red circle for 'bad') ...