Saturday, September 5, 2009

don't adjust your set

Having heard that my use of such a bold, in-your-face, green on this blog provides some difficulty for older priestly eyes, I have decided to try a softer background. While aiming to make my color scheme more helpful, I admit that I also want to avoid making it boring or what I'd consider ugly. So factoring those considerations, I shall go with the present scheme for the time being. Any strong feelings on the matter, do share.


2 comments:

Past Elder said...

Well, I'm not a priest by anyone's estimation -- although an EO in the blogosphere once wondered from the term elder if I were a bishop or something -- and at age 59 you can form your own estimation about the older thing, but I will say the text is much easier to read, and at the same time say visually I liked the green, before starting to read.

So, I liked the green better visually overall, but like the grey better for reading.

Judas H Priest, wasn't that helpful.

Deacon Latif Haki Gaba, SSP said...

I agree with both of your observations. Maybe I'll tinker a little with the possibilities till I find a look that better pleases me aesthetically, and yet aids readability.