Apologies for the long delay since my previous post - I quit my job, and I've been focusing more on things that will pay the bills...

I'm starting to think about UI a bit more, for which colour is often very important. Something that's fairly easy to do, but often overlooked, is to make sure that colour choices are suitable for colourblind users as well as people with normal colour vision (if that's even done at all). Since about 8% of people are colourblind, it's a significant chunk of your user base to alienate if you get it badly wrong.

I've put together some utilities for evaluating colours and simulating colourblindness for each missing cone. This is as a C header library and some glsl matrices.

Check it out on Github.