I don’t know about you, but head-to-toe loungewear has officially lost its appeal. The home office perks of all-day PJs, pantless video calls (no Toobin), and sporting the same sweatshirt three days straight don’t hit like they used to now that cooler temperatures have become the norm. Autumn, my friends, is where I thrive. I don’t love fall only because of the balmy weather and omnipresence of pumpkin spice (don’t knock it ’til you try it) — it’s also the season when I get my best ’fits off. And I’m bummed that I’m missing out on it this year.
Using additional identifiers for players, like this technique Uno used incorporating ColorAdd, a color identification system for color-blind people. Similarly, different colors in Among Us could have symbols attributed to them, allowing easier identification. The symbols could be shown with the avatar’s name or on the avatar itself.
When I would commute, I’d love to people-watch and check out what folks were wearing. Granted, the trend out here in Seattle is basic, but every now and then there are some that surprise me. I’d spot a pair of sneakers that I never considered pairing with a pair of chinos, or mentally bookmark a North Face puffer jacket I might just cop for myself.
Protanopia is caused by the complete absence of red retinal photoreceptors. Pure reds cannot be seen, instead appearing black; purple colors cannot be distinguished from blues; more orange-tinted reds may appear as dim yellows. In the game, this has multiple effects. Players may not be able to distinguish between red and green, red and brown, between orange, yellow and lime, between purple and blue, cyan and white, and find that pink appears blue:
5. Monochromacy, also known as “total color blindness”, is the lack of ability to distinguish colors (and thus the person views everything as if it were on a black and white television); caused by cone defect or absence. This makes it almost impossible to distinguish between any of the colors, and allows players to be distinguished based on the luminance/brightness of the color of their avatar alone:
“When you can’t go big, go small, go tiny. Find beauty in the view from your bed, in the dust motes dancing in the sunshine, in the sound of a loved one’s voice on the phone. Keep your heart and your mind open when everything conspires to shut you down, including your own thoughts,” McReynolds says.
A simple solution would be displaying the name of the avatar’s color in brackets similar to how the name of the player is displayed. While this would take some tweaking to display both player name and color name elegantly, it could be possible solution.
Even the idea of planning a work outfit is something I high-key long for. Waking up in the morning, having my breakfast, and thinking, Hmm, what will I wear to stunt on my colleagues as I make a fashionably late arrival to work? Because if we take the whole paycheck thing out of the picture for a second, getting first-day-of-school fresh for work is half the fun of the job — especially if you work in a city. Fall is peak office-style season; when sweat stain worries and full-blast air conditioning are a thing of the past, it’s safe to break out the layers, textures, and colors waiting patiently in the back of the closet.
Fall is peak office-style season; when sweat stain worries and full-blast air conditioning are a thing of the past, it’s safe to break out the layers, textures, and colors waiting patiently in the back of the closet.
While the developers are already working on this and a color-blind mode is already available in the public beta version, it is interesting to note the difference an inclusive design can make. This video, for example, shows the complete chaos that occurs when color and name both cannot be used as an identifier.
2. If we consider protanomaly, affecting 1.3% of the population, which makes red look more green and less bright. This type is mild and usually doesn’t get in the way of normal activities. However, in the game, it makes distinguishing between blue and purple almost impossible, and also makes pink appear purple-ish:
4. Tritanopia is a very rare color vision disturbance in which only the red and the green cone pigments are present, with a total absence of blue retinal receptors. Blues appear greenish, yellows and oranges appear pinkish, and purple colors appear deep red. In the game, players might find it difficult to distinguish between orange and pink, purple and black, blue and green, lime and cyan, and yellow and white:
Deuteranopia affects hue discrimination in a similar way to protanopia, but without the dimming effect. In the game, it has similar consequences to protanopia, except that players may find pink appears blue/greyish:
This year, I was emotionally ready to throw on my best cashmere, my cardigans, and to channel Lenny Kravitz via oversize wool scarves. I had plans to bring the drama in my long wool coats, flex in my collection of turtleneck sweaters, and add a drop of sophistication with my Chelsea boots. They’ve been collecting dust for so long that sometimes I just want to wear them while I’m taking out the trash. Sure, I’m aware of how silly I’ll look on the curb with my Air Brunch 1s, sweatpants, and a robe, but they come on, they need some face time. And I’m not even a huge sneakerhead, but I’m good for slipping on a crisp pair of Nikes or Adidas to top off my tech dad starter pack ’fit — clean kicks, patterned wool socks, rolled-up chinos, a beanie, a Casio watch, and a pair of Warby Parkers.
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