The High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment has some hi-res colour pictures of Mars for you.
via the Flickr blog, someone having fun with their computer’s built-in camera and some household stuff.
‘Color Oracle takes the guesswork out of designing for color blindness by showing you in real time what people with common color vision impairments will see.’ My blog design is *so* not colour-blind friendly. Ho-hum.
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Why do you say your design is not colour blind friendly?
It is perfectly legible under all three options in Color Oracle. Problems would arise if the text was in very low red/green contrast for Deuteranopic viewers, but this isn’t the case here. Far from it.
I was thinking of was the links. Non-underlined maroon links against dark grey text aren’t very high contrast even with normal vision, and they’re even less obvious with colour-blindness.
It’s not that bad, but I think if I was colour-blind it would be enough to irritate me a bit.