Google Chrome Can Now Help Users With Visual Impairments

Google Chrome Can Now Help Users With Visual Impairments

New tool allows developers to see how their sites look with different visual deficiencies.
Google’s Chrome browser has launched a new tool to help developers tune their websites for different visual deficiencies such as color blindness and blurred vision, The Next Web reports.

Mathias Bynes, a Google employee, has tweeted a demo video showing how to can test a website for various visual issues.

Developers can see how their website looks for people with different impairments, allowing them to  change the code to render the site correctly for people with these deficiencies.

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