Web Accessibility Tool for Color Blindness

Make your website 100% accessible to the color blind. AceADA makes your website readable to people suffering from color blindness.
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Driving Web Accessibility for the Color Blind

Build a website that’s loved by those with color blindness.
Adhere to the ADA Title III and WCAG 2.1 compliances.
Effortless browsing after using the web color accessibility tool.
The web color contrast tool saves big bucks. It is worth investing in.

Why is Web Accessibility for Color-Blind Users Difficult?

Color blindness affects people differently. Here are some common challenges color-blind users encounter while browsing the web.

Text Labels

Text labels can have colors, especially if it's an online store. Add alt text to color filters and make it easy for color-blind shoppers.

Underline Links

Color-blind users can’t differentiate between the normal text and underlined anchor text.

Patterns and Textures

Color blindness impairs the ability to identify low-contrast colors in patterns and textures.

Use Colors and Symbols for Contact Forms

Color-blind users will not know about popping error messages when filling out contact forms. Include sufficient contrast colors and symbols to make it inclusive for all users.

Color Contrast Combinations

Avoid using colors with low contrast. For instance, green and blue; color blind users struggle to identify low web color contrast.

Colored Text Readability

Reading small font text on a poor color contrast background can be difficult for users with color blindness and poor vision.

AceADA Web Color Contrast Tools for Supporting Web Accessibility

AceADA widget has multiple color contrast tools for improving web accessibility. Powered by AI and ML models, AceADA enables an inclusive web experience for users with low to impaired color vision.

Website Content Adjustment

AceADA enables color-blind users to read the content without struggling with different colors.
  • Optimize font size to maximize readability
  • Change the color contrast for the web page, including text, backgrounds, and buttons.
  • Use clear and descriptive headings with sufficient web color contrast
  • Add alt text for describing product images and videos
Website Content Adjustment

Content Orientation Adjustment

AceADA helps you make the website content easy to read and absorb— structured, descriptive, and navigable.
  • Get access to keyboard shortcuts and navigational aids if you find it hard.
  • Hide popup images or videos if that distracts you.
  • lock animated content that hinders web accessibility.
  • Use a white or block cursor for easy navigation and readability.
  • Listen to the content if you are struggling to comprehend.

What people say about “AceADA”

Hear from our satisfied customers! Check out our testimonials section to see how AceADA has helped people with disabilities and those who prefer a different browsing experience.
Devon Lane
Working in a non-profit, we aim to include and support everyone in our community. AceADA has been an essential tool in helping us achieve this online. It’s not just the affordability that stands out, but also the assurance it provides. Knowing that our website is accessible and compliant with relevant laws gives us peace of mind. With AceADA, we can focus on our mission without worrying about website accessibility.
Maria Rodriguez
Communications Director, Community Aid Nonprofit
Sarah McGee
As a small business owner, website accessibility was a daunting challenge for me. That was until I found AceADA. Not only was it affordable, but also incredibly easy to install. With AceADA, I was able to make my website accessible in a matter of seconds. It's clear that AceADA is committed to making the web a more inclusive place for everyone, and I'm glad to be a part of that mission.
Sarah McGee
Owner - Thompson's Handmade Crafts
Jason Lee
In my line of work, performance is key. I was hesitant about adding any extensions to my clients' websites, fearing it might slow things down. But with AceADA, those worries vanished. It had zero impact on the site's performance and the installation was a breeze. I'd highly recommend AceADA to any web developers looking to enhance website accessibility without compromising on speed.
Jason Lee
Freelance Web Developer

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the suggested web color contrast ratio?

WCAG 2.0 level AA requires a contrast ratio of at least 4.5:1 for normal text and 3:1 for large text. WCAG 2.1 requires a contrast ratio of at least 3:1 for graphics and user interface components. Use brighter colors over darker backgrounds for maximum readability.

Is it worth making the website accessible to color-blind users?

Yes, absolutely. Many business owners would argue that people with color blindness make up a small part of their target audience. However, if you look at the bigger picture, providing an inclusive web experience rolls the dice in your favor. By making websites accessible with AceADA color contrast tools, you enable people with color blindness to enjoy the same online experience as everyone else. The more accessible your website is, the more the chances of attracting users for business conversions.

Still doubtful? Try the web color accessibility tool and get your website fixed for the color blind.

What if my website doesn’t comply with the ADA standards?

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is a civil rights statute that forbids discrimination based on disability. Failure to abide by the ADA standards puts you at the risk of facing potential lawsuits from the U.S. government. Fret not, if you haven’t done it yet, try the ADA compliance color checker and safeguard your best interests. Explore the features and make browsing the web a more accessible experience.

Alternatively, you can reach us via email or social media. We’re always happy to help with any queries you may have.

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What are the best practices for web color accessibility?
  • Choose a color scheme with high contrasts between the text and the background.
  • Avoid color combinations such as
    • Green and red
    • Green and blue
    • Green and red
    • Blue and purple
    • Green and brown
  • Use larger text and simple fonts. Avoid ornate fonts.
  • Don’t overly depend on colors for conveying information.
  • Set text against a solid background when possible.

You can save your time and effort in all the groundwork. Try the color accessibility tool and get all the important information.

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How much does color web accessibility cost?

With AceADA as your color web accessibility partner, you can start with as little as USD 8.33/month. We can tailor a web accessibility package for your business.

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