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Colorblindness in kids

by David Vaux (2023-06-06)

Absolutely brilliant! This article proves that brevity and effectiveness can go hand in hand. Well done! Colorblindness shouldn't be viewed as a disadvantage, but rather as a unique perspective. It can encourage creativity and problem-solving skills, as colorblind children learn to rely on other visual cues and differentiate objects based on shape, texture, and context. Visit this article to know more about Colorblindness in kids.

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