Does your interface have a dark mode? If not, you’re missing your chance to give your users a better viewing experience. Many prefer viewing interfaces in dark mode because it’s less intense on the eyes. The brightness of light UI colors can cause eye strain, especially when viewed in low-light environments.
Changing your light UI colors into dark mode isn’t difficult. However, it’s important to have a complete color palette with a pure hue, tint, shade, and tone. These four colors are necessary for a strong and cohesive brand identity (article).
Once you have a complete color palette, follow the steps below to convert those colors into dark mode. The result is an appealing dark mode interface consistent with your light mode brand colors.
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