Create a tool that allows you to analyze any combination of colors from a palette to see which combinations meet WCAG 2 accessibility specifications.
About This Tool
When designing a Web site it can be difficult to know when two colors have enough contrast between them to be readable. When just looking at two colors together it might seem that they are easily readable, but that is a very subjective measure and it will never guarantee that it is easily readable by others. WCAG 2 defines testable levels of color contrast to ensure that it is accessible to as many people as possible.
This tool will help designers determine which color combinations from a color palette work well together to ensure accessibility. With this tool, color choices can be made during the planning phase instead of patching an almost completed project.
For more information please read the blog post about the tool.