One of the standards that I'm adapting on my own with real interest is handling accessibility for all my major applications. I like to think of printing last as a concern. I think the best practice that I've come up with helping me get in the habit is during the initial color design. Since I may or may not be slight color blind and hear way to often my colors are too light or don't match. I think matching part just comes from the fact I don't understand fashion. Which is why I was the same outfit, you can't mess up with khakis. In other words getting the habit is much the same with my applications with a little variety here and there. I'm not going for anything bold just modern, so here are the tools I use.
- Contrast Ratio: Easily calculate color contrast ratios. Passing WCAG was never this easy!
- Accessibility Developer Tools - Chrome Web Store
- just a bit of caution don't solely depend on this, just like the mobile view in chrome