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  1. Just to mention, with the new WCAG 3 is a new contrast method that is substantially more accurate, and superior for determining best contrast for readability. The simple version of the tool is available at https://www.myndex.com/APCA/simple

    Among other things, APCA is based on human perception and the latest research in perception science.

    Thank you,

    Andy

  2. Great list of resources here! Accessible Web offers a couple of resources for checking color contrast.
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    Color Contrast Checker Tool | Accessible Web Helper Extension (https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/accessible-web-helper/gdnpkbipbholkoaggmlblpbmgemddbgb)

    Our free Accessible Web Helper extension for Google Chrome has a built-in Color Contrast Checker tool, which can be used right on a webpage to check contrast ratios and compare them with the WCAG compliance guidelines for color contrast. To test whether your color scheme conforms with WCAG color contrast guidelines, either enter your color combinations or use the dropper tool to select your colors.

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    WCAG Color Contrast Checker | Accessible Web
    (https://accessibleweb.com/color-contrast-checker/)

    Accessible Web also offers a free color WCAG Color Contrast Checker at accessibleweb.com. This Color Contrast Checker tool utilizes the same rulesets as Accessible Web’s Chrome extension but doesn’t require adding anything to Chrome. To test whether your color scheme conforms with WCAG color contrast guidelines, just enter your color combinations or use the dropper tool to select colors off a webpage.

  3. Hey Raghava,

    Here are two great tools to consider!
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    https://www.toptal.com/designers/colourcode – It is an all-in-one color design tool where you can find different palette categories (analogic, triad, quad, etc.), multiple conversion colors, and even download your custom palette.
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    https://www.toptal.com/designers/colorfilter – It is an essential color tool that allows designers the ability to see if they are meeting the needs of users with colorblindness.

    Thanks Raghava!

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