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Why do we use bad color schemes?

Published on July 11, 2019 and filed under Software engineering
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As developpers we've grown accustomed to color schemes in our terminals, our editors, our websites. But why do we love them and sometimes prefer some to others? Why do we sometimes use bad color schemes and what makes one?
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Emma Fabre

Emma is madewithlove's ‘French Connection’. She's one of the few software engineers that speaks French fluently, thanks to being born and raised in the land of berets and baguettes.

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