Posted by Nemo on March 04, 1998 at 11:50:58:
In Reply to: Re: well, yes. posted by Sir Nemolom on March 03, 1998 at 18:30:55:
: : Hummmmm, very good idea, to do something about the board. The 'stonlike' image is kind of good too, but, there is a but
: : The white background is only a problem on screens because it it to bright. The brighness can be adjusted on the design of the board
: : AND - more important - on each and everyones screen. That is where the major problem with the eye-health is. TOO bright screens
: : The 'troubles' reading black letters on white har to do with the shine from the screen, and as you say the flicker. BUT the oposite
: : Black background and white letters, will be very much against the human design of the eyes. And that to will be damaging in the healthcare of the eyes. There is only one way to avoid this, and that is HUGE, BOLD letters
: : and that is not very practical for us - is it ?
: : - So my advice is; light colored background, black letters.
: : - For the sake of all peoples health when using computers, put money in the screen, when you buy new, and adjust the brightness.
: : Allmost everyone have far to much brightness, and bad ligtening conditions on their computerdesk/ room
: : I know nothing about HTML - But I can see what can be done - but please give me time.......
: : Geir Stene
: You said it just the way I would have put it myself.
: My suggestion is that we make the background color a bit darker,
: light gray, light blue, cream, or a subtle, eggshell-like colour.
: Then the people who donīt want to adjust the brightness of their monitors can read the ladoniaboard,
: without getting dry and sore eyes.
: Sir Nemolom Trond Ivar Hansen, Earl of Wanderers,
: Head Secretary of the Special State Office of Nomads,
: Manager of The Zafigomchic. (Check it out)
I didn't try to insist on my layout or colour scheme. The purpouse of the proposition was to make Ladonians aware of the dangers the screen can hold. So I will gladly vote FOR a slightly darker, pleasanly-coloured background.
I think I'll put it on the Parliament's agenda for discussion.
Post a Followup