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Designing While Color-Blind

You can have a healthy career as a designer even if you have trouble seeing certain colors

Photo source: Suwannar Kawila/EyeEm/Getty Images

AsAs designers, we all use color to inform, illustrate, and inspire. It’s an essential part of everything we do. From color grading to printing presets, our lives revolve around color.




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Kyle Inabinette

Kyle Inabinette

I’m Kyle Inabinette, the founder of OA Designs, a branding agency that creates responsive and unique graphics for our clients. I write about all kinds of stuff.

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