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How much do you know about colors? Do you still ignore any color-related conversation? Let us help you to make it easier for you. We can change your perspective about color as a colorblind.

Colors colors...🌈😑😉🙂

What Is Your Favorite Color?👇

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Did you know that Blue is the most common favorite color!?

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Did you know that people are more likely to forget something when it's in Black and White!?

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Our vision is our DNA - no one sees the world in the same color.👁️

Our vision is unique, it's just like a fingerprint that varies for all of us, which allows some people to see more colors, some less, some different shades, for some new colors.

[ All that is NATURE]


There is a big trend now - Buying Glasses For Colorblind.


But be aware my friends!

It's not a cure, and for many people it simply didn't work.


Research showed that in 10 adults with the most common red-green color blindness, only 2 had improvement in distinguishing colors. Source


Glasses don't help you see all the colors, it make some of them look brighter or darker, so you can see the difference, but can you really see new colors? That is the question.


How colorblind glasses work:

Colorblind glasses have special 'optical' filters that can remove certain wavelengths of Light. So it helps to control the amount of Light entering the eyes.


Do you have a pair? Did it work for you? 👇👇👇


Here we don't make promises to cure your CVD (color vision deficiency. We promise you a great Training that can help you learn more about the colors. We share our experiences and new tips. And most importantly, we will teach you how you can start using colors in your life! CLICK HERE!


'' WHAT COLOR IS IT? '' 🙄🙄🙄

Ranked as the most 'Frustrating' questions for people with color deficiency.

👕👖🧦 'so what do you see instead of pink?'.. 'is this red color the same red I see?' 🤔

Fact - many people with color deficiency memorize the colors of hundreds of objects and items around them. Ex: wood is Brown, watermelon is Green on the outside, leaves are Green.. etc


We created a special color table for YOU with objects, food and animals that match each color. It will be a great thing to discover in our Courses!


Maybe you don't see many colors, but you can learn them with this NEW method we created for people with color vision deficiency. CLICK HERE!


Why Colors Are Important???


Color is a powerful form of communication and plays a vital role in your daily life.


✔️It’s used for industrial, mechanical, commercial, medical, political, cultural, athletic and educational purposes and more.

✔️ It can sway thinking, change actions and cause reactions!


✔️Color plays a big part in our everyday functioning, starting from early childhood. That itself can affect a child’s behavioral issues like the feeling of embarrassment and social withdrawal. Such issues continue to adulthood, where it can strongly affect your relationships with others. 


✔️Color blindness creates a barrier to entry to a range of occupations (art & design, business, science), and besides those occupations, problems are experienced with colors within many jobs that do not so obviously rely on color.

✔️Confidence means different things to each person. Color Blindness  - the strange question of 'what color it is' from friends/family and others, the secret from classmates /colleagues & boss, the wonder what will the world look like, any color-related conversation, the frustration of an unachieved career. 

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COLOR CAN BE TAUGHT! Invest On Yourself NOW!


Complete the sentence


We learn as much as we live: we learn from our experiences, education & others.

But, why?

Why Do We Need Constant Learning?


Living is all about being better, living better, feeling better - that is why we learn things every day to improve our life.


We have news for you! All you learned about colors was WRONG! Because everything you learned about colors in the past was taught by people with normal vision.


And wrong knowledge and information, DO NOT improve your life. It doesn't make it better. It makes it confusing and unpleasant. Color blindness is very common, affecting more than 350 million people worldwide. Despite the broad reach, colorblind students remain neglected. From kindergarten to university, color training for art, science, and business applications is taught by people who can see color, leaving the colorblind guessing their way through school, work, and daily life.


Come and improve your life! We created training designed for colorblind people to help you learn colors. CLICK HERE!


3 TIPS for People with Color Vision Deficiency


✔️ Use the latest Apps designed for people with CVD

- using the Camera application will show you the color of the object

❗You can take a picture of anything you want and by pointing to the things in the image the app will tell you the color)


✔️ Don't be shy to ask workers at your grocery store for help with your favorite fruits or veggies.

❗Unripe fruits and veggies can cause an upset tummy, and worse if spoiled


✔️Focus on lighting - the color of some objects can be seen clearer if you check it under a bright or natural Light.

❗Try to avoid glare

I hope you found these 3 Tips useful 😊


Invite Colors to your life -

Useful Apps for Colorblind 🍊


We are living in a digital world designed to help us with any possible to our mind task.


These days technology is like our 'right hand'. We wake up with mobile alarms, we schedule reminders, we use them for communication and so much more.


If you still struggle with colors, there are a lot of great Apps out there to help you! °°°

Here is our favorites - Color Grab, Color Picker & Color Detector

(look for them in your app store & play store)


𝗛𝗼𝘄 𝗗𝗼𝗲𝘀 𝗬𝗼𝘂𝗿 𝗘𝘆𝗲 𝗦𝗲𝗲 𝗖𝗼𝗹𝗼𝗿𝘀?


Think of your eye as a camera.


The front part has a lens. Its job is to focus images on the inside of the back of your eye. This area is called the Retina. It’s covered with special nerve cells that react to light

🎙️Your Eyes see differences in the light that comes in. It’s a bit like the way we hear sounds as being low or high.


🔆Cones control your color vision. We have 3 types of cones. Some react to short-wavelength light, others react to medium wavelengths, and others react to higher wavelengths 👁️👁️


𝗪𝗵𝗮𝘁 𝗜𝘀 𝗖𝗼𝗹𝗼𝗿 𝗕𝗹𝗶𝗻𝗱𝗻𝗲𝘀𝘀?

When the cones have all the various pigments -- called 'Photopigments' -- your eye sees all possible colors.


🔆If there’s a problem with the pigments, you won’t see colors the way you should. This is called color deficiency or color blindness.

🔆If just one pigment is missing, you might only have trouble with seeing certain colors.


If you don’t have any pigments in your cones, you won’t see color at all. This is known as ''Achromatopsia''.


Help Your Loved One To Overcome The Frustrations 🌈


Most people think that Traffic Lights are one of the biggest problems for people with color vision deficiency. WRONG!


There are some serious issues, that affect the daily life of people with CVD. Let's go over them one by one:


1. Buying fresh fruits and veggies - they can't see if it's ripe


2. Sunburn - they can't see it in their skin


3. Buying flowers - if it's not set together, it's a big struggle to match them


4. Colored maps or graphics - hard to read, since all the lines can be seen as the same color (red/green)


5. Matching clothes or decor - can't see what colors would look well together (like matching tie with a shirt, or pants with shoes) // or choose a painting/carpet/curtains that match with the furniture.


6. Choosing a career - it's the last and the most important point. The career options are very limited for people with CVD.

... Here are a few examples: Graphic Designer, Interior Designer, Artist, Pilot, Firefighter, Engineer, Doctor, Scientist, Navy, Driver, Police officer, Web Designer, Chef, Makeup Artist.. And So Much More


By sharing this point today, I hope you will be there to help your friend, partner or your child to handle life with ease 😉🤗


You can also sign them up for our Free Course, where we cover all these problems and teach them new ways to handle them! SIGNUP FOR THE "COLORBLIND GUIDE"


Colorblind Cat Lovers🐈


Did you know that a cat's vision is very similar to a human who is Colorblind?


These cute, furry, mysterious friends can only see shades of blue and green. All Reds and Pinks are confusing.


Reds and Pinks may appear greener, and purple can look like another shade of Blue.


The only difference is their amazing night vision, due to the high concentration of RODS (receptors that are sensitive to light) and low CONES (receptors sensitive to colors) , and for humans, it's the other way around, that is why we can see colors better.


Also, our fluffy friends have a slighter wider visual field of (200 degrees) and the average human visual field is 180 degrees.


Give them a big warm hug today! .


The Island Of The Colorblind

(1997 by neurologist Oliver Sacks)


Have you ever wondered how the world would be if Colorblindness was a norm?


The author tells a story of how in one Island many were born without color-sensing cells. They have no experience of color and also lack of visual activity: on the other hand, they accommodated with increased sensitivity to texture.


"Dr. Sacks finds himself setting up a clinic on the Island. He invites the readers for a new adventure and stories from islanders describing their colorless world rich in terms of pattern and tone, luminance and shadow."


Yesterday, I caught myself searching for something to many movie nights one can have!? 😂 And thought of sharing this amazing book with you guys to keep our imagination busy with a great story and an interesting idea.



Tips for Colorblind Artists🖼️


Today I want to share a post for artists - imaginative, creative and inspiring people! ✨


I'm sure being a colorblind artist doesn't make your job easier, but you've got a true Treasure - a very unique vision that can help you be different in your works. And that's why the first tip is -


🐰 EMBRACE IT - you might feel angry at times trying to choose colors, but what people will see from your works will be way different to their Eyes, it will be seen as a new concept they never thought of. Art has no limits, my friends!


🐰NO SECRETS - - share with others that you are colorblind at your show or gallery. You will be surprised to see that people still love your work and knowing that makes if more fascinating.


🐰Create a Story/Theme for your art. "Saving planet from global warming, protecting ocean, a call for veganism" = any Story that resonates with your art. The story is everything.


🐰STRATEGY - get your paint, markers, and crayons labeled with the names of colors to make your job easier. Use Apps that can explain more complex colors. Study color theory or color wheel to know what colors go well together for the best color combinations.


🐰You are Perfect the way you are! "No great artist ever seen things the way they are" - Oscar Wilde.


Advantages of Color Blindness👁️

People usually refer to CVD (color vision deficiency) to a disability, but NOT many people know that color blind people have an advantage over people with normal vision.


✨From an evolutionary perspective a hunting group will be more effective if it includes a color blind Hunter, who can spot prey that others cannot.


✨Color blind people can recognize shades better than people with normal vision.


✨Color blind people get less distracted by colorful advertising (those side ads we see on Facebook or banner ads on websites). Since some colors grab our attention and even at times affect our decisions, for colorblind people those screaming ads at times are not even noticeable, they appear in shades of gray or light green.


✨Diversity and originality: color blind world is a NEW vision. We all human beings have a unique vision, none of us share the same color vision, just like your fingerprint. My red, will not be the same as you see it. The originality of colors in our world is what we should all embrace.


Crazy Color Facts👩‍🏫


Red color is the First color a baby sees!

[Infants as young as two weeks old are able to distinguish the color Red. As they continue to grow they see the full spectrum of colors by the age of about 5 months.]


Pink is a Relaxing Color

[even if the person tried to be angry or aggressive in the presence of pink, he can't - says Dr. Alexander Schauss]

His research showed that even color-blind are "tranquilized by pink rooms".

*many sports teams paint the visiting team's locker room pink.


Blue is America's Favorite Color

[according to a study by the University of Maryland blue is the most popular color for both men and women]


✅There is a Name for the Grey You see When You Turn Off the Lights

[that dark gray that your eyes see as soon as you turn off the lights - just before complete darkness takes over or your eyes adjust to the lack of light - its known as Eigengrau].


✅Red & Yellow Are the Most Appetizing Colors

[research showed that a combination of these two colors boosts the appetite - think of logos or store designs of brands like McDonald's, Wendy's, TGI Friday's, etc]


Learn How To Make Better Color Decisions


COLORWILL, the world's first color training program to help you or your colorblind loved ones learn about color selection and use for personal, design, and business applications.

Improve your color skills and life with our proven color-training programs designed for people with color vision deficiency who want to make better decisions on colors in less time. Courses for children, adults and professionals.


  • Learn How To Select & Use Colors.

  • Create Colorful Projects.

  • Make Smarter & Better Decisions On Colors.


Want to help your child learn colors? 

We designed fun & engaging color training for colorblind children to help them learn colors through rhymes and games.


Guessing colors can be a frustrating and stressful experience for colorblind. Make it more enjoyable and efficient with new color training systems and real-world examples. This course will be a great solution for people who are tired of guessing the colors of things, or buying the wrong color shirt, wearing not matching socks, and keeping colorblindness as a secret – It’s for those who want to uncover a new way to approach colors.


Your ability to see and use colors can impact your career. Learn new tips and resources that can help you select right colors for your projects.

If you are a Graphic Designer, 3D Illustrator, Interior Designer, Tattoo Artist, Photographer, Painter, Fashion Consultant or anyone with a color-related career or hobby then this course is for you! Learn how to apply colors in your field.



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