Designing for accessibility is all about accounting for the needs of your website visitors and ensuring that each person can get the information they need most out of it. This means being considerate of people of all abilities, not just an idealized or homogenized focus group. Today, it’s important to make your site usable and understandable by everyone, including people with disabilities and sometimes people from different countries or cultures. Designing and building your site with accessibility in mind is fundamental to crafting better, more satisfying experiences for everyone. In this three-part series, we will examine some common web accessibility concerns and suggest ways to address them through understanding user needs. We'll start by discussing the role of color: a design element that is indispensable but presents unique challenges for digital designers.