Color contrast is a common web accessibility issue that is often overlooked. Luckily, SAP quickly fixed the error.
People who may have low vision, or maybe colorblind, typically encounter some difficulty distinguishing text from a background color if the contrast is insufficient. There are nearly three times more individuals with low vision than those with total blindness; and one out of twelve people has some sort of color deficiency. So, it is critical to consider adequate contrast between text and background.
Here is a helpful color contrast tool that confirms the used hex color difference and brightness pass readability accessibility ratios.
Take a look at the before and after example of SAP’s banner image: