Effective Color Contrast: Designing for People with Partial Sight and Color Deficiencies

From Aries Arditi, Ph.D, via Lighthouse International, "This brochure contains basic guidelines for making effective color choices that work for nearly everyone. To understand them best, you need to understand the three perceptual attributes of color: hue, lightness and saturation, in the particular way that vision scientists use them. Full explanations of these terms are provided in the pages that follow." Visit the website...

Posted by seralat at 08:49 PM on June 17, 2002
Filed in: Accessibility, Color Use and Theory