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Seven Myths of Color Contrast Accessibility

Setting the record straight on some common misconceptions and the nuances of accessibility guidelines

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TThere’s a growing demand for designers to make their interfaces accessible to all users. It’s important to accommodate users with disabilities, but there are many myths to color contrast accessibility being perpetuated by…




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