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The key thing while designing for color blindness is that your colors should provide enough contrast to allow people with monochromatic vision to distinguish between shades since they cant see colors. However there are some general guidelines while designing with color to handle color blindness.To quote this article But there are more approaches you ...


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The problem with your question is that there are a few different types of colour blindness and each of them perceive colours in different ways to the point that there are no 'colour' pallets that will be common to all. Instead, you need to focus on 'contrast'. You should be aiming to achieve delineation by contrast rather than colour where it is needed. ...



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