Why ColorADD Code
Colorblindness affects approximately 8% of men, approximately 350 million people in the World.
ColorADD® is a unique, universal, inclusive, and non-discriminative language that enables the colorblind to identify colors, whenever color is a factor of identification, orientation, or choice.
Five graphic symbols, represent the Primary Colors: Blue, Yellow, Red, White and Black.
Color Addition Theory
Through the acquired knowledge of the “Color Addition Theory”, the Code Symbols can be related and the entire colour pallet identified.
Primary and Secundary Colors
The Black and White appear to indicate dark and light tones. “Symbols that include Colors”, becomes “a mental game”, easy to memorize and apply in daily situations - Color is for ALL!
White, Black, Greys and Metallic Shades
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