For your consideration (color blindness)

edited March 2012 in Campaign Portal Building
I figured I would bring this up since I know several people who are color blind and was thinking about if some of the colors I was using contrasted enough. When creating pages I always try to keep in mind not only the color scheme I want to use, but also how it contrasts. Something I some times I still forget however is color blindness. I thought I would just throw out there a few things that people should think about if they want their pages enjoyable to the widest variety of people or incase some have color blind players.

My two favorite pages are:
"": - A great page on the use of effective color contrast
"": - Allows you to filter a page based off various types of color blindness

"Return to the Time of Troubles":


  • kenurion
    Posts: 80
    Interesting how the examples that are difficult for color blind people are also hard on the eyes of non color blind people (like me, at least I'm pretty sure I'm not color blind)
  • GamingMegaverse
    Posts: 3,001
    I second kenurion's comments.... And I ran 5 campaigns through the filter on their start pages, and they were not viewable...

    Just trying to help out.

  • Sorwen
    Posts: 64 edited March 2012
    @kenurion and killervp
    I agree some of those are really hard to see even for normal eyes. That green and red really hurts my eyes.

    Not viewable as it didn't work or as in the 5 campaigns wouldn't be viewable by color blind people?
    Post edited by Sorwen on
  • twiggyleaf
    Posts: 2,019

    Thanks for the perspective and the work you have put into providing these links.

    "Shimring - The Faces of Divinity":
    (a multiplanar 3.5 D&D campaign)

    "I met a traveller from an antique land....."

    CotM May 2016: Mysteria: set in Wolfgang Baur’s MIDGARD.

    Previous CotM Aug 2012: Shimring: High Level Multiplanar Campaign

    Inner Council Member

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