How to use Datylon palettes for color blind

Learn which of the Datylon color palettes are most suitable for color blind users.



The image above displays all of the Datylon color palettes. The palettes marked with a blue check mark are recommended for use with color-blind audiences, while those marked with a red cross mark are not recommended for the same purpose.

In general, color palettes that contain both red and green colors are not suitable for most color-blind readers with protan and deutan colorblindness.

For colorblind users, the best option is to use sequential palettes that consist of a single hue (color) with varying saturation and lightness values.

To learn more about creating charts for color-blind viewers, you can refer to this resource.