I normally just take the suggestions of one or two sighted people about colors, then ask others what they think and go with the color(s) that most liked. It isn't a clean way of doing it and is far from independant, but it is the best I have seen. I also have enough vision to imagine what things might look like, so if I know I want to use black and orange on a page I can picture (sort of) what black text on orange would look like and then orange on black. You might also want a scheme like this, then use js to allow the viewer to dynamically change the scheme.
Have a great day, Alex
----- Original Message ----- From: "Lamar Upshaw" <lupshaw@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx To: <programmingblind@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Date sent: Mon, 29 Oct 2007 08:00:31 -0800 Subject: colors and backgrounds for web pages
Sighted people are giving me a hard time because my web pages
breathing fires of colorful flames! *smile* Where can I go, or
I study to learn about colors and backgrounds for web pages?
Also, is this
something that blind people can really do? Or, will I need lots
With All Respect, Upshaw, LaMar T
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