One concern of mine, always in the back of my head, is it the things I do are accessible. I make a lot of maps; that's kind of "Teddy's Thing" around here, but I always fear that the colourblind are unable to enjoy them.
I've been tweaking the colours of my map. Using the new Riding by Riding poll in Montreal I updated the map. You'll notice two things in the image below.
First, I've redone the palette for the map. I've switched Green with "Other 1*" as the latter includes parties like Wildrose, Social Credit, Reform; all of which have won more seats than the Greens. This will make historical maps look far better than otherwise.
Second, I'm proud to announce after some testing I now have a colourblind friendly palette. The two maps are below:
My plan is to release all the more important maps (historical ones in particular) in the colourblind palette, but also do each map in the regular palette. I can't guarantee every projection map will have a colourblind duplicate, but the important ones should.
I also do tables/graphics from time to time and would like some feedback on that as well. Please let me know your thoughts on how I can improve those as well.
Lastly, if you are visually impaired and use a device to help you read/see the internet, let me know ways I can improve sharing data with you.