Color Blind Color Palette - Pro

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08-14-2020 06:36 AM
chadhickman
New Contributor III

Does anyone which color palettes are color blind friendly in Pro? Thanks 

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EdiePunt
Esri Contributor

Hello Chad, 

One of the system styles included in the installation of ArcGIS Pro is called ColorBrewer Schemes (RGB). The schemes in it that are color blind friendly are tagged as such. When you review this style in a Catalog view, you can search on "color blind", and those schemes will be returned. 

To search, open the style in a Catalog view, ensure the Details Panel is open (View tab, Options group), and enter your search in the bar at the top of the Details Panel. 

Also included in the installation is a CMYK version of these schemes. If you need to work in CMYK instead, add this style: Insert tab, Styles group  > Add > Add System Style > Expand Colors and Color Schemes > check the CMYK style.

Edie

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DanPatterson
MVP Esteemed Contributor

According to

What's new in ArcGIS Pro 2.3—ArcGIS Pro | Documentation 

Styles

Now, make sure you click on the drop down to see the colors and check on Show Names and Show All

There might be more, but that will get you started hopefully


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EdiePunt
Esri Contributor

Hello Chad, 

One of the system styles included in the installation of ArcGIS Pro is called ColorBrewer Schemes (RGB). The schemes in it that are color blind friendly are tagged as such. When you review this style in a Catalog view, you can search on "color blind", and those schemes will be returned. 

To search, open the style in a Catalog view, ensure the Details Panel is open (View tab, Options group), and enter your search in the bar at the top of the Details Panel. 

Also included in the installation is a CMYK version of these schemes. If you need to work in CMYK instead, add this style: Insert tab, Styles group  > Add > Add System Style > Expand Colors and Color Schemes > check the CMYK style.

Edie

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chadhickman
New Contributor III

Thank you !

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