Here is one for "Web presence designers" - Designing for the colour-blind can be troublesome for designers who aren’t actually colour-blind.
How do we take into account accessibility when we do not suffer from the condition in hand?
Luckily, there’s a handful of accessibility “simulators” available on the web where a web page is rendered in a certain way. The Colour-blind Web Page Filter takes your website and filters it as if you were colour-blind.
The tool is still in development and can take some time for a render to become available for viewing. However, the range of colour filters available is fairly extensive, covering all major types of colour-blindness.
I'm an eLearning Adviser specializing in stimulating and supporting innovation in learning via eBooks, eMagazines, blogs (including audio versions), online TV, interactive resources, forums, workshops, conferences and face2face consultations. Evaluating and becoming familiar with sustainable and new technologies allows me to respond to the needs of learning providers from a position of experience rather than 'hearsay'. Supported learning providers, in the northwest of England (UK), can contact me for FREE consultations. Based at Lancaster University I work for the JISC Regional Support Centre - Northwest.