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Across all digital platforms, including on websites, blogs and social media, be mindful of color contrast. Users with vision challenges or limitations may have a difficult time differentiating between colors.
White text on a blue background
Blue text on a white background
Gray #666666 or darker text on a white background
Blue text on a gray #D2D2D2 or lighter background
Black text on a gray #D2D2D2 or lighter background
White text on a gray #666666 or darker background
White text on a yellow background
Blue text on a yellow background
Yellow text on a blue background
Yellow text on a white background
Gray #939597 text on a white background
Gray #D2D2D2 text on a white background
Black text on a gray #939597 background
Black text on a gray #666666 background
Blue text on a gray #939597 background
Blue text on a gray #666666 background
Using all official colors, including yellow and gray, as foreground or background colors in graphic elements on the web is acceptable.
Color contrast is one of many considerations when creating web applications and content that everyone can use, including people with disabilities who may use assistive technologies to access your website. It is the right thing to do, the smart thing to do, and it is the law. To check text for proper contrast, visit WebAIM's color contrast checker. To find colors that meet the WCAG Guidelines in text/background contrast ratios visit Color Safe.
For more information regarding ADA compliance and legibility guidelines, visit Web Services web accessibility website.