Despite it affecting approximately one in 12 men and one in 200 women, colour blindness is often disregarded when designing for optimum user experience and accessibility. Although sizeable advances have been made in assistive equipment and software, many websites contain design flaws that hinder simple and engaging user experience.

Source: Considering colour blindness in UX design (with five examples)

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