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Here is a supplemental answer.

Dont show priority with different colors! Use Different shades of the same color

8% of men are colorblind

You can change the shade of a color to prioritize or show emphasis without introducing new colors.

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By altering shade you can show similar emphasis than introducing different colors.

*note the other strategies such as position and numbering I agree with but I feel as though using the color wheel is not the best strategy and it is 100% useless for 4.5% of the population (8% of males and I think 1% of females).

In short I feel as though the design on the left isnt much worse than the design on the right

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I am not colorblind so its hard to empathize with see the following images to have a better understanding

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Here is a supplemental answer.

Dont show priority with different colors! Use Different shades of the same color

8% of men are colorblind

You can change the shade of a color to prioritize or show emphasis without introducing new colors.

enter image description here

By altering shade you can show similar emphasis than introducing different colors.

*note the other strategies such as position and numbering I agree with but I feel as though using the color wheel is not the best strategy and it is 100% useless for 4.5% of the population (8% of males and I think 1% of females).

In short I feel as though the design on the left isnt much worse than the design on the right

enter image description here

Here is a supplemental answer.

Dont show priority with different colors! Use Different shades of the same color

8% of men are colorblind

You can change the shade of a color to prioritize or show emphasis without introducing new colors.

enter image description here

By altering shade you can show similar emphasis than introducing different colors.

*note the other strategies such as position and numbering I agree with but I feel as though using the color wheel is not the best strategy and it is 100% useless for 4.5% of the population (8% of males and I think 1% of females).

In short I feel as though the design on the left isnt much worse than the design on the right

enter image description here

I am not colorblind so its hard to empathize with see the following images to have a better understanding

enter image description hereenter image description here

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Frank Visaggio
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Here is a supplemental answer.

Dont show priority with different colors! Use Different shades of the same color

8% of men are colorblind

You can change the shade of a color to prioritize or show emphasis without introducing new colors.

enter image description here

By altering shade you can show similar emphasis than introducing different colors.

*note the other strategies such as position and numbering I agree with but I feel as though using the color wheel is not the best strategy and it is 100% useless for 4.5% of the population (8% of males and I think 1% of females).

In short I feel as though the design on the left isnt much worse than the design on the right

enter image description here

Here is a supplemental answer.

Dont show priority with different colors! Use Different shades of the same color

8% of men are colorblind

You can change the shade of a color to prioritize or show emphasis without introducing new colors.

enter image description here

By altering shade you can show similar emphasis than introducing different colors.

*note the other strategies such as position and numbering I agree with but I feel as though using the color wheel is not the best strategy and it is 100% useless for 4.5% of the population (8% of males and I think 1% of females).

Here is a supplemental answer.

Dont show priority with different colors! Use Different shades of the same color

8% of men are colorblind

You can change the shade of a color to prioritize or show emphasis without introducing new colors.

enter image description here

By altering shade you can show similar emphasis than introducing different colors.

*note the other strategies such as position and numbering I agree with but I feel as though using the color wheel is not the best strategy and it is 100% useless for 4.5% of the population (8% of males and I think 1% of females).

In short I feel as though the design on the left isnt much worse than the design on the right

enter image description here

Source Link
Frank Visaggio
  • 2.4k
  • 1
  • 13
  • 25

Here is a supplemental answer.

Dont show priority with different colors! Use Different shades of the same color

8% of men are colorblind

You can change the shade of a color to prioritize or show emphasis without introducing new colors.

enter image description here

By altering shade you can show similar emphasis than introducing different colors.

*note the other strategies such as position and numbering I agree with but I feel as though using the color wheel is not the best strategy and it is 100% useless for 4.5% of the population (8% of males and I think 1% of females).