The Accessible Color Palette Builder is a web-based tool to help designers build a matrix of text and backgrounds combinations based on the 18F Color and Contrast Accessibility Guidelines. For the unaware 18F is a US Government entity setup to bring “easy-to-use digital services” housed under the General Services Administration. I’m hopeful 18F will be able to ride out the political football game of the current administration transition as they’ve done amazing work to date. The source and documentation for the tool is available on Github as well.
New York Times: U.S. Traffic Deaths Rise for a Second Straight Year
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Alan Wright writes on the GOV.UK blog: We operate in an uncertain environment, and we’re constantly learning more about the needs of our users. By