The Delta Blue


Here are different versions of the delta model. I changed the font type and colors. I used this color palette as a guide and tried to pick three colors that would be easily distinguishable no matter the type of color blindness. One article said to stick to monochromatic color schemes of different saturations. I didn’t want to go with a strict monochrome design because I didn’t want people to think we were emphasizing one area over another.  But I used that idea to create two versions of the delta model that are all different shades of yellow/orange or blue/blue-green that were on the color blindness color palette mentioned above. But the version that will be most easy to distinguish is the multi-color version. The version with the least contrast for people with Tritanope color blindness is the blue version. But that particular type of color blindness occurs in .001% of people.