Accessibility Tips from a Colourblind Designer

Colour blindness affects around 1 in 12 men and 1 in 200 women in the world. Most people with colour blindness are unable to fully see red, green or blue light. The most common form of colour blindness is red/green colour blindness. As a colourblind designer, Andrew from Baseline Education shares some advice when it comes to accessible web design.

Red & green peppers all mixed up together, representing read/green colour blindness.

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