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August 16, 2007, 4:13 am
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A good friend of me develops web suites, for example his own at:
www.augenpunkte.de. As you can see there my friend is blind and also
he uses a Braille-line to develop these projects. For example his own
suite at. But he has a big problem to find out the right colours for
his pages and so he asked me for a big list with some colour schemes.
A hex-colour-value for each part of a page (Text, Links e.g.)
So I have had a look at some tools in the net which were mostly very
well, especially the tool under
Unfortunately, all these tools are not for blind people, because they
are often served about graphic elements and no alt-tack were used.
My question is: Does anybody know a tool which could be used by blind
people (no pictures as controls) to produce useable web colour
schemes? Normally his customers will select a colour scheme for his
new web pages. But the developer needs his selection as a text file
(or style-sheet) usable by him.
My idea is to use a existing tool but I'm really not a JAVA or Web
Developer. So I hope anybody is able to extend the (for example)
colorscheme2 tool to get it able to export the selected scheme as a
text or css file. Every value with a label, that describes for which
part he should be used.
Does somebody have an idea or hint?
Re: Colour Scheme => Does anybody know a tool which could be used by blind people?
I can hardly help you for the colour issue.
However, I may suggest to change the layout of the banner with the
Its width is too large. With my visual browser, I have to horizontally
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