Month: June 2022

  • How a made-up color blindness infiltrated the internet

    How a made-up color blindness infiltrated the internet

    Footnotes FOOTNOTE 1: ANOMYLIZE While this is not a real word, it is supposed to be derived from “-anomaly”. The proper spelling should therefore be ANOMALIZE, not ANOMYLIZE. Yes, it’s a petty thing to complain about, but it’s also indicative of the lazy naming that was happening in these simulations. It’s like they are trying…

  • New FAQ and Tools pages

    Last week, I put together some new content for the website. I was introduced to Adobe’s new color accessibility tools and needed to highlight them somewhere, because they are an absolutely brilliant tool for facilitating colorblind-accessible design. So I made a Tools page, where I outline that and 3 other tools that I use all…

  • My favorite way to explain colorblindness

    Last week I made a short for YouTube that I have been thinking about for awhile. The absolute quickest way to describe what is happening to colors for the colorblind… is just to squish a color wheel. Here for the reddit post with some discussion.