Manual Review of a Web Page for Color Contrast Issues
For colorblind and other visually impaired users, finding the right contrast for the different elements of your website is crucial. WCAG 2.0 guidelines dictate a minimum contrast ratio of 4.5:1 for the visual presentation of both text and images embedded as text. Large text (18 point, 14 point if bold, and larger font sizes plus images of very large text) requires a 3:1 contrast ratio.
Automated testing is not sufficient to truly determine if a web page has color contrast issues. Automated programs can not analyze text embedded in images and may misdiagnose or ignore critical issues
Our Subject matter experts will manually review your specif pages identifying any color contrasts issues. If you would like a full audit of your website or have multiple pages to test, please contact us.