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Re: Teaching Web Accessibility to Disabled Students


From: holly marie
Date: Nov 18, 2003 6:57AM

Kynn asked:
> > Or, "Here's a page with crummy color contrast. How would you fix
> > it?" The students complete these exercises and upload them for
> grading.
> Will color contrast algorithms work or help?
> http://www.w3.org/TR/AERT#color-contrast
> or this tool, input the hex or decimal background and foreground
> colors... get these calculated and get an example(for those that do
> see)... is it accessible for blind users?
> Can a version of this be made to be accessible?
> http://h10014.www1.hp.com/accessibility/color_tool.html

Two other tools, based on the same W3C algorithms
Colour Contrast Analyser

Color Visibility Test Program

and associated paper ...
Testing The Readability Of Web Page Colors

One for visual users, which includes some color blindness filters
... http://www.tesspub.com/colours.html


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