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When it comes to choosing the color pallet for your course materials, we tend to cater to the visual user. It is okay to make our materials appealing for the visual user, yet they also need to be accessible to others. When we think about colors being accessible, that really is referring to the contrast of the colors. Once a good color contrast is established, then it will not just be accessible, it will also be aesthetically pleasing for the visual user, and portray messages in a cleaner, clearer fashion. For clarification and tips on color contrast please check out the following resources:

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