6 comments

  • matt michelsonmatt michelson, 4 years ago

    I'm not colorblind, personally. But 8% of the world is. It's easy to forget how much harder basic tasks can be when so many user interfaces don't accommodate for these users.

    Here, try it for yourself: grab Color Oracle (http://colororacle.org/) and try going just one day at work with Deuteranopia and see how it affects you.

    4 points
  • Kilian Valkhof, 4 years ago

    I always appreciate it when games think about this. For example, most "color-matching" games (think candy crush, bejeweled, bubble-bobble etc) also include a different shape or symbol to match on, either as part of the design, or as a special "colorblind" option. I'm not colorblind but I find it much easier to match on shape than on color, so I always turn it on.

    Seems to me Sketch could easily do something similar for their "symbol" layer icon.

    1 point
  • Keaton TaylorKeaton Taylor, 4 years ago

    I'm color deficient as well. I had no idea there was supposed to be a difference in color.

    1 point
  • Guillermo MontGuillermo Mont, 4 years ago

    I feel you, I didn't know there was a difference.

    0 points
  • Guy MeyerGuy Meyer, 4 years ago

    I empathize with you Cody. While I am not prone to the same issue, I believe in equal rights for those with Color Deficiency. I will pen a letter to the President and bring attention to the issue at hand.

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