I kinda like the starkness of the black and white.
--Max Fri Mar 18 09:49:54 2005
--FoSO Fri Mar 18 10:13:51 2005
Me too. Something I learned in Materials Development courses. Starkness and white spaces become more important for post-puberty readers.
--YELAS Fri Mar 18 10:26:42 2005
alright, I'll leave it up for a day just so people know what I'm talking about.
But is dark blue that much less stark than black?
--Kirk Fri Mar 18 10:52:14 2005
I like the green actually. Felt more festive and happy, in general, while the starkness kinda makes me feel either neutral, serious, not wanting to make an impression, not wanting to stand out too much or something like that. And the green wasn't obnoxious, either, which is good.
--Mr. Lex Fri Mar 18 11:04:07 2005
--Eric Fri Mar 18 12:19:48 2005
heheh. I always thought giving the user choices about site layout when 99% won't care was a bit pretentious and annoying. Though I suppose having a default black and a small color selector w/ cookies to remember might be ok...though I'd probably override it for special events.
I actually that ought the green was a bit obnoxious myself, at least for regular use...
--Kirk Fri Mar 18 12:27:49 2005
Yeah, I thought about the obnoxious level of the green right after I made my comment. I still thought there might be some kind of solid combined with pastel that could help brighten up anything. I remember at one time, I like having my windows a semi-pastel blue. . .didn't seem too obnoxious or even attention getting but kind of upbringing.
--Mr. Lex Fri Mar 18 13:48:27 2005
Uplifting, I mean.
--Mr. Lex Fri Mar 18 13:48:39 2005
The blue threw me off. It looks okay, but I kinda liked the black/white...maybe it's because it reminds me of a newspaper.
--Candi Sat Mar 19 00:13:01 2005
I didn't see the green, but I quite like the black/dark blue and white.
--Catherine Sat Mar 19 07:25:56 2005
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