The text in a few places, has insufficient contrast to be read by anyone with accessibility problems.
(I.e. Old people (statistically likely to develop cataracts), folks with other eye problems, anyone with imperfect hardware (particularly old monitors), and anyone whose screen is in bright sunlight (whether desktop or mobile)).
Text (that anyone might need to be able to read) must pass WCAG AA-rating at minimum. (4.5 : 1 ratio)
Exact values can be calculated with this tool
The specific issues include:
- Footer text. This is #92969D text on a #EBECEE background. -- (2.51 : 1 ratio, so it's far under minimum)
Class=phabricator-standard-page-footer. As seen here, which includes important legal information
- <blockquote>. These are #6b748c text on a #f8f9fc background. -- (4.43 : 1 ratio, so almost minimum. But still frustrating for many people to read, and are used frequently.)
E.g. this text.
- Some Timestamps. These can be #6b748c on a #CDCFD3 background. -- (3.95 : 1 ratio, so quite a bit under minimum.
Class=phui-timeline-extra, when seen outside of a comment, e.g. above and below here.