COLOR

Usage

Accessibility

For all users, including those with visual disabilities, it’s imperative that they’re able to easily discern content on a page. Color and contrast are the two most critical components to consider when providing accessibility at the highest level. Using Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2, the full color palette for [BRAND] has been tested to determine which color pairings are most suitable for all users. The chart on the right should be should be used when selecting color combinations that pass all accessibility requirements for both print and digital applications.

SECONDARY COLOR - PASS

TERTIARY COLOR - PASS

LIGHT COLOR - PASS

DARK COLOR - FAILED

PRIMARY COLOR - PASS

SECONDARY COLOR - FAILED

LIGHT COLOR -PASS

DARK COLOR - PASS

PRIMARY COLOR - PASS

SECONDARY COLOR - FAIL

TERTIARY COLOR - PASS

DARK COLOR - PASS

PRIMARY COLOR - PASS

TERTIARY COLOR - FAILED

LIGHT COLOR - FAILED

DARK COLOR - PASS

PRIMARY COLOR - PASS

SECONDARY COLOR - FAIL

TERTIARY COLOR - FAIL

LIGHT COLOR - LIGHT

DARK COLOR - PASS

PRIMARY COLOR - PASS

SECONDARY COLOR - FAIL

TERTIARY COLOR - FAIL

LIGHT COLOR  FAIL

DARK COLOR - PASS

BACKGROUND COLORS

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