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💡Have you ever wondered why the WCAG colour contrast ratio doesn't always seem to work?💡
Well it actually has to do with how we calculate colour contrast and is super interesting.
Hold on to your butts, this is a 🧵
If you are used to Figma, there's a quirk of Framer components that might catch you out.
In Figma, variants can have completely separate layers. But in Framer, each variant contains all the layers from all other variants hidden inside of it.
Let me explain.
Do you just click different blending modes until it sort of looks right?
Well, that probably won't change after you read this but at least you probably won't use Lighten or Darken again.
(you should bookmark this thread and use it as a reference)