Adaptive Interface for Accommodating Colour-Blind Users by Using Ishihara Test

12/09/2017
by   Abu Zohran Qaiser, et al.
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Imperative visual data frequently vanishes when color applications are seen by partially color blind users. A new method for adaptive interface for accommodating color blind users is presented. The method presented here has two sections: 1) test client perceivability by utilizing Ishihara plates. 2) change the interface color scheme to accommodate color blind users if necessary. We demonstrate how the method works via a simple interface and evaluate the efficiency of our method by experimenting it on 100 users.

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