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The Usable Library: Straight talk from Influx Library User Experience Book: Making Meaning Graphic Design Tutorials : Graphic Design Software Directory & Portal for Graphics Tips : Desktop Publishing Resources & Graphic Design Links Home - schema.org Book: The Design of Sites Web Design Reference Guide | Designing Accessible Text—Part 3: Color Designing Accessible Text—Part 3: Color Last updated Oct 17, 2003. If you’re looking for more up-to-date information on this topic, please visit our Web Design article, podcast, and store pages. By Sarah Horton Color is a powerful design tool, and one of the easiest ways to jazz up a Web site. Color can undermine the purpose of text. This article addresses concerns regarding color and text, with guidance on making good choices about color, and creating designs that work both without color and with user-defined colors. Contrast Legibility refers to the ability to distinguish and identify characters and word shapes. One of the primary factors affecting legibility is color contrast—the difference between the text color and the background color. Fortunately, contrast is a bit more science than art, and we have guidelines to follow in choosing colors that produce legible text. First, let's talk about the elements of color that most directly influence contrast—hue and lightness contrast.