Accessibility is the action of making websites and software tools usable by a broader range of users including those with various disabilities. 

Using the Accessibility settings, Droip users can not only have a better UI experience but can also ensure that the pages they design are also flawless and user-friendly.

Accessibility Settings


The Accessibility settings can be found on the right side of the Topbar represented by the Accessibility icon. Clicking on this you will see the following options:

  • Large Text: Increases the size of the text, providing better readability for users with visual impairments.
  • Disable Motion: Disables any motion effects that may cause discomfort or issues for users.
  • Big Black Cursor: Replaces the default cursor with a larger and more visible black cursor.
  • Big White Cursor: Replaces the default cursor with a larger and more visible white cursor.
  • Magnifier: Adds a magnifying effect to the cursor, assisting users with low vision.
  • Increase Contrast: Enhances the color contrast of the entire interface, making it more distinct for users with vision impairments.
  • Mouse Pointer Highlighter: Highlights the mouse pointer, making it more visible for users with visual difficulties.

Color Blindness

The Color Blindness tool is a handy feature that allows you to work with designs using certain color schemes despite any color deficiencies. 

Clicking on the dropdown will give you the following list of options to choose from:

  • None: No color blindness.
  • Red-Green Color Deficiencies:
    • Protanopia: Known as red-blindness, where individuals lack red cones.
    • Protanomaly: Known as red-weakness, allowing some shades of red to be visible.
    • Deuteranopia: Known as green-blindness, where individuals lack green cones.
    • Deuteranomaly: Known as green weakness, allowing some shades of green to be visible.
  • Blue-Yellow Color Deficiencies:
    • Tritanopia: Known as blue-blindness, where individuals lack blue cones.
    • Tritanomaly: Known as blue-weakness, allowing some shades of blue to be visible.
  • Full-Color Deficiencies:
    • Achromatomaly: A rare condition in which cone function is diminished, and vision relies on rods, which do not process color.
    • Achromatopsia: Total color blindness, the most severe form of Achromatomaly.
  • Visual Impairments
    • Cataracts: Clouding of the lens of the eye.

With the help of this feature, users with visual impairments and color blindness will get a smoother experience with Droip without facing any trouble.

By prioritizing accessibility, Droip aims to create an inclusive and user-friendly environment, enabling all users to engage with the platform seamlessly.

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