11. Nine Percent of Men and One-Half Percent of Women are Color-Blind

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Design Slide Set on 11. Nine Percent of Men and One-Half Percent of Women are Color-Blind, created by Celi Merchant on 03/09/2017.
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    Color-Blind
    "Color-blind" really means it's hard to differentiate between some colors. Typically hereditary, but can be caused by disease or injury. More common in men because most color genes are on the X chromosome.

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    Designing for Color-Blindness
    Use other design choices like line weight - in addition to color - to convey meaning so that those with color blindness can understand your message without needing to see the color differentiation.

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