Determine the ideal colors for the readability of your texts and graphic elements. Validate contrast according to WCAG 2.1 standard, simulate color blindness for your colors, easily convert colors to hex, RGBA, HSLA or even CMYK (in experimental mode).
With your subscription, create, manage, test and get WCAG validation for up to 100 palettes of any amount of colors while always guaranteeing their accessibility. Export your palettes in multiple formats to use them in your favorite environment.
Simulate with a set of tools different types of vision problems, poor eyesight, low contrast sensitivity, color blindness and test color combinations for a large number of fonts.
Simulate also different types of color blindness on your own images or creations.
Share your palette directly with your team and, in a few clicks, get SVGs for designers, CSS or technical descriptions for developers.
Generate palettes automatically from any image.
Your account allows you to subscribe initially. Then, if your subscription has expired, you will still be able to access your palettes (without however being able to edit them) as well as your invoices until your next subscription (or up to a maximum of one year).
While creating your account is free, it does not give you access to more editing features than the free limited version. The subscription gives you full access to the different functionalities, to the comparison of several colors at the same time, to the creation and management of your palettes, to the tests, to the simulators, to export functionnalities...
Once connected, and therefore after the creation of your account, you will be able to access "My account" (at the top left of your screen) which will then allow you to purchase the subscription of your choice.
You will be redirected to Stripe which will allow you to choose your payment method.
When your subscription approaches its expiration date, you will have the option of renewing it as renewals are not automatic.
Check color contrast between 2 colors and simulate colorblindness to ensure they are accessible.