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Safe web colours for colour-deficient vision

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Hey folks.

I've just created a group for safe web colours for colour-deficient vision here - Unambiguous Colours (http://www.colourlovers.com/group/Unambiguous_Colours). Please join if you've an interest in visual accessibility on the web!

Happy to have critiques, etc, I'm going to be putting up colour palattes I've found or discovered that seem to be fairly safe for people with varying forms of colour blindness so website design can become more accessible and open for all. Part of my job involves developing front ends for complex graphing and mapping systems which gets a bit crazy when you're looking at colours, palattes and accessibility.
Awesome project. I wish you lots of luck. ♥
Good luck with the project. This is very thoughtful of you.
Sounds like you'll want to go with strong contrasting colors then. I wish you the best with this noble undertaking :)
Wonderful project! My husband has low vision although he seems to see colour clearly he likes to name colours after vegetables. ie Have you seen my broccoli socks? Funny guy. Good luck with this project, bravo!
great project, thanks!
Sounds cool, best of luck for further on.
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