• Joseph BarrientosJoseph Barrientos, 3 years ago

    A couple of comments;

    1) Why did you choose green? By your own chart/data you showed that 57%(men) and 35%(women) liked blue. I understand that money is green however a majority of financial and investment apps actually use blue more often than green

    2) You don't really speak on product at all which is a HUGE part of the UI decisions about color. Depending on the product, and the goal, the whole color psychology changes. Not to mention branding having a big part in it all. You tell Bank of America or WellsFargo they cant use red because they're financial products

    An otherwise good article, I think there just needs to be a little more, its a great start, thanks for sharing!

    4 points
    • , 3 years ago

      I understand your points. but my main goal was to show how color can affect things. and yes if we talk about products/brands, there's a lot of things and I can write another article on that topic. I am glad you liked it. will share more stuff.

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  • Jon .Jon ., 3 years ago

    If you're writing about colour in UI you really should also mention accessibility – contrast. Too many designers overlook the fact that colour contrast makes text legible. Even his final design wouldn't pass wcag.

    1 point
  • MB Apps, 3 years ago

    Cool article. Usage of colors can be a great tool, and determine the success/failure of a project.

    For example, this was pretty successful back in the day: https://www.quads-puzzle.com/

    1 point