Courtesy of the Axess Lab website, here are seven great free tools that help you measure color contrasts and create beautiful, accessible color schemes that fulfill the contrast requirements in the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG). With almost everything in life being linked to the internet, it is important to make sure sites are fully accessible. Colour contrast is important for many with low vision, but accessibility does not have to equal boring. By going to the website you can see more on each of these seven free tools.
- Contrast Ratio
- Tanaguru Contrast Finder
- Colour Contrast Analyser – by the Paciello Group
- Color Tool at Material.IO – by Google
- Accessibility Developer Tools – by Google
- Colour Contrast – IOS APP by Userlight
- Android Accessibility Scanner – Android App by Google
You can see more about colour vision deficiency and how it affects different people by going to a previous post, Seeing Red – or it it Green?