Helperbird's Color blindness support feature provides a way to improve color perception for people who are partially color-blind by underlining and stroking web page links.
This feature improves visibility and legibility of text and links by adding contrast, making it easier to identify and click on links, improves the distinctness of the text, improves accessibility and usability for people with color vision deficiencies, improves user experience for all users and can increase user engagement and conversion.
Improve the visibility and legibility of text
It helps to improve the visibility and legibility of text and links by adding a contrast between the text and the background, making it easier to identify and click on links.
Make the text more distinct
It helps to make the text more distinct, which can be especially beneficial for people with partial color blindness, who may have difficulty distinguishing between similar colors.
Easier to identify the links
It makes it easier to identify the links on a webpage, which can be particularly helpful for people with color vision deficiencies, as they may have difficulty identifying links that are only differentiated by color.
It can help to improve the accessibility and usability of a website for people with color vision deficiencies, making it easier for them to navigate and find the information they need.
It can also improve the user experience for all users by making links more distinct and visible, which can make it easier to navigate the website.
- Underline links and add strokes around the text to help with color blindness.
Is this a Free Helperbird feature?
It is a free feature.
A customizable color features applied to webpages to improve color perception, for people who are partially color-blind. By underlining and stroking web page links.
Tell me more about this feature
Underline links and add strokes around the text to help with color blindness.
The most common types of color blindness are Protanopia and Deuteranopia, which affect over 7% of the male population.
These types of color blindness can result in links being barely indistinguishable from regular text.
Helperbird helps with color blindness by underling and stroking links.
Links should be easy to spot without relying on color. With Helperbird, underlines to every line on
the page using a four different colors.
Making it stand out for most color blind types.
Along with Helperbirds theme and style features. We offer a stroke feature that adds a stroke effect
around the text to help with color blindness.