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Colorblind People, can they really read your web site?
By: Per Strandberg
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    2006-06-29

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    On that site is a tool which you can use to see how your website would look if you were a colorblind person. The URL is http://www.vischeck.com/vischeck/vischeckURL.php

    You just type on your URL and you can then see how your web page will look for a person with different forms of colorblindness.

    I learned there that there are different forms of colorblindness.

    In fact the term colorblindness is a little misleading, because most people with color blindness donít see the world in black and white. They can see colors, but not all colors. Total colorblindness is very rare. Color deficiency is a much better term to use.

    Different form of color deficiency affects large number of people.

    Colorblindness is in a large extent a gender problem, because it is affecting males much more often than females.

    Here are some facts, Iíve learned!

    About 8 % of males have some sorts of color deficiency.

    For females this figure is under 0.5%.

    On the http://www.vischeck.com/vischeck/vischeckURL.php you can check for 3 forms of colorblindness:

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