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Choosing good colors for your charts is hard. This article tries to make it easier.
«There’s no need to rely on hues from all around the color wheel like ⬤⬤⬤⬤⬤⬤ for your visualizations. It will look more professional – and therefore more trustworthy – when it only uses a few hues and their neighbors.»
Practical tips and tools.
«Red: Passion, Love, Danger Blue: Calm, Responsible, Safe Black: Mystery, Elegance, Evil White: Purity, Silence, Cleanliness Green: New, Fresh, Nature»
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In this article, Carie Fisher outlines which CSS media features are available for detecting user preferences and how they are used to design and build more inclusive user experiences.
While CAPTCHAS might be necessary for security purposes, they have a negative impact on usability.
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