Tabletop talk: Colorblind Accessibility

Tabletop Express: Accessibility matters. When playing board games, the color of a piece or the lightning in the room you’re playing with can have a drastic impact on how some players see the game. This discussion will focus on accessibility issues in relation to colorblindness and board gaming.

Is This Game for You? Featuring The Isle of Cats

Tabletop Express: Brian Chandler returns to the Express to discuss Isle of Cats, by Frank West. Is this game for you? Watch the video to find out!

grey means go: colorblindness in transportation

Institute of Transportation Engineers. Much of what road users use to navigate is visual. At a traffic signal, red and green provide opposite messages: Red means stop. Green means go. But to colorblind road users, these colors have little meaning. Grey means stop. Grey means go.

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