Contrast — Color Accessibility 4+

Samuel Soffes

    • 3.3 • 46 Ratings
    • Free



Make sure the text you're designing isn't too light in your interface designs with Contrast. Combine this simple little menu bar app with your favorite design tool and design with accessibility in mind.

Enter hex codes manually or use the built in color picker for sampling colors directly from your designs.

Tear the app from the menu bar and use it as a floating window wherever you'd like. It'll stay on top of your active design tool for quick access to the WCAG contrast scores.

What’s New

Version 1.3.2

Update our data privacy. Before we had some analytics to anonymously track how many times Contrast was opened just because we were curious. We never did anything with this data and haven't looked at it in years. Some asked why there was some tracking, so we decided to just remove it altogether. Now, Contrast doesn't collect any information. In fact, Contrast can't even connect to the Internet anymore. Enjoy!

Ratings and Reviews

3.3 out of 5
46 Ratings

46 Ratings

chryw ,

Love the UI but the color value is completely off

Unfortunately the color picker doesn't work. Like many other said, the value is completely wrong, hence the contrast ratio is not reliable. I can't really use it. The reason that I need a handy desktop app is so that I can pick a color on my screen. Otherwise I can just use any free web color contrast tool to enter the hex values and calculate.

arronhunt ,

Useful tool

This is a very useful tool that should be apart of every inclusive designer’s toolbox. However, there is room to approve

* Rapid color picking, would be nice to pick primary and secondary colors without having to return to the tooltip
* rgba, hsl, and more color modes should be supported
* Keyboard shortcuts

onespes ,

Not picking the correct color

The app worked for a little bit, then out of the blue it started picking the wrong colors.

The only support that I got so far is to reference a FAQ page for this issue which tries to persuade that it will pick up a relative value in which it will give the correct rating. That statement is flawed in so many levels.

I wish the developer fixes this issue soon though because as of right now, this is just not useful anymore.

App Privacy

The developer, Samuel Soffes, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

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