On Windows I regularly used Colour Contrast Analyser for determining how well websites meet visual accessibility guidelines, however I have now moved to Ubuntu, and am looking for a tool that will provide similar functionality.
- Offline (no web apps)
- Calculates the difference in contrast of two colours and outputs results according to WCAG 2.0 guidelines
- Colours are entered in hexadecimal format (eg.
- Colours are selectable from the screen (so I don't have to bother with a two-step process selecting the colours with Gpick, then copy/pasting them over)
- Native program is preferable, but a Chrome extension is acceptable if nothing else matches my criteria