Short answer: not really. Its popularity been in a position to more to do with the “bigger minimalism trend” than usability, says one expert.
Design forms are notorious for wearing color( guilty as charged) and they aren’t alone: Black was the most popular color in womenswear in 2017, taking up 36% of the market according to the retail technology companionship Edited. The popularity of twilight colours has even bridged the boundaries of fashion and met its channel into UX and UI design, with a slew of popular apps and programs introducing” twilight mode” options that switch the prevail colour scheme of the web.
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