FAQ: Color for UI - Contrast Constraints

This community-built FAQ covers the “Contrast Constraints” exercise from the lesson “Color for UI”.

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The purpose of the exercises for this lesson is never explicit, but I guess we’re instructed to change the background color so that the contact form, colored in white, will pop up and attract the user’s attention. Am I right?

If the title of the lesson is any indication, it is not about, call to action as much as it addresses accessibility for users with visual challenges. Contrast is a very important concern when choosing foreground and background colors.