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Also, great point on contrast. On my personal backgrounds, I like to use #2a2a2a which translate to R42 G42 B42. I call this hitchhiker gray in honor of "Hitchhikers's Guide to the Galaxy" and it's answer to the meaning of life, the universe and everything being (confusingly) 42. Anyway, I pair this with fonts in pastels. It's just a mnemonic that's worked for me. Fun and helpful topics! -- Updated to remove trivia biases!

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That sounds like a good color combo! Things like ensuring content is zoomable to 200% is also important if you are looking to help people with visual impairments :)

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Good point. I'll keep the zoom-ability factor in mind! My elderly aunt loves her books on tape, but if she could read again (somehow) or even play games, that would be amazing. Thank you!