RantWoman sometimes peers up from her own fixations to collect info about specific disabilities and conditions. Conveniently, RantWoman discovered three fun Youtube channels--and a cool website for developing color palettes according to WCAG guidelines.
RantWoman enjoyed this item--in spite of the author finding the whole subjtect of color blindness depressing. Readers whow watch via Youtube can find a whole channel of other videos.
(Warning: "It's in British.")
And a more science-y take on the whole topic. RantWoman did not realize that 8% of men worldwide and 10% of white men have some degree of color blindness. The guys in the video are very good-natured about women's capacity to see more colors. (RantWoman is intrigued and will meditate about what evolutionary value this gender-based disparity in ability brings.)
Because RantWoman has a twisted sense of humor and because the colors people see in a certain dress have been much in the news, RantWoman is throwing in another video that also has a fun channel.
Tips for making WCAG Colorsafe palettes:
And another "I am not an expert but here are some resources about color contrast" item.
RantWoman note: color contrast is important for visual accessibility. Choices in this area also affect how webpages which show as color on the screen will print in black and white. Fun times!