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Designing for black-and-white and color-blind viewing

Designing for black-and-white and color-blind viewing: Motion Graphics for Video Editors: Terms and Technology
Designing for black-and-white and color-blind viewing: Motion Graphics for Video Editors: Terms and Technology

While black-and-white televisions are not widely used anymore, it's still a good idea to design and check graphics in black and white. This ensures that there's adequate contrast ratio and helps those who are color-blind. Author Richard Harrington demonstrates how to design a motion graphic for black-and-white and color-blind viewing.

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