Cal Poly Professor Addresses How and Why Designers Should Take Color Vision Defects into Account
Published on February 9, 2018
Cal Poly Professor Brian Lawler explains common color vision defects and why designers should take these color vision defects into account when designing maps, transactional documents, signs and other items where color plays a role in the ability to understand the messages being conveyed. He also provides insight into how color vision can be tested and tools available to verify if designs comply with good color practices.
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Kornit Digital Offers Textile Printing Solutions
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