Who got the Juice?
Spotted on Juicy Studio’s site today:
In an effort to find work, I’ve decided to start a consultancy and development company. I’ve tried to choose a domain name that has an association with Juicy Studio, and come up with Juicify. I’ll come clean and admit it was a little inspired by Accessify, but it’s quite appropriate, as it’s a verb meaning to make Juicy.
It gave me a smile.
Anyway, on more serious matters, Juicy Studio have a useful new tool for you to try out - the Colour Contrast Analyser. Using this tool, you simply enter two colours (foreground and background) and the tool will calculate whether the two tones offer a high enough contrast. It’s a simple tool, but does the job well. Using
#fca as the two colours, the report would simply state:
The difference in brightness between the two colours is not sufficient. The threshold is 125, and the result of the foreground and background colours is 39.
The difference in colour between the two colours is not sufficient. The threshold is 500, and the result of the foreground and background colours is 136.