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JJ
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Michelle
I tried to read this article but ...   Thursday, April 17, 2014 (3:50 p.m.) 

WTF, Film Tracks, with the white text on a black background? Are you trying to make it hard to read? Are you trying to hurt people's eyes? It's physically painful to read white text on a black background, IT'S SCIENCE. Do you hate your readers? Are you trying not to pick up more?

White on black is harder to read because the light that hits each word reflects and scatters into each other, causing a large amount of eye strain.

Black on white is easier to read because the light that hits each word and letter isn't reflected, it's absorbed.

Change it to grey, at least.

AUGH!

http://uxmovement.com/content/when-to-use-white-text-on-a-dark-background/


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Michelle
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JJ
You are a DORK!   Wednesday, April 23, 2014 (8:01 p.m.) 

> WTF, Film Tracks, with the white text on a black background? Are you
> trying to make it hard to read? Are you trying to hurt people's eyes? It's
> physically painful to read white text on a black background, IT'S SCIENCE.
> Do you hate your readers? Are you trying not to pick up more?

> White on black is harder to read because the light that hits each word
> reflects and scatters into each other, causing a large amount of eye
> strain.

> Black on white is easier to read because the light that hits each word and
> letter isn't reflected, it's absorbed.

> Change it to grey, at least.

> AUGH!

>
> http://uxmovement.com/content/when-to-use-white-text-on-a-dark-background/

You can change the colors of Filmtracks using the link at the top of the reviews! You are another sad American DORK!



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