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Dark Mode: How Users Think About It and Issues to Avoid

Dark mode is popular, but not essential. Users like dark mode but maintain similar behaviors without it.

High-contrast — when you think dark mode is enough

The importance of the high-contrast theme in interfaces and its differences from dark mode.

Does Your Product Actually Need Dark Mode?

Some things to consider before going over to the dark side, and adding dark mode to your product.

Illuminating dark mode

The hidden challenges of a (seemingly) simple request

Auto Dark Theme

There are a number of ways to approach a dark mode for your website.

“Dark Mode” vs “Inverted”

In design system work we often run into the need to clarify the difference between “dark mode” and “components rendered on a dark background”.

5 Lessons We Learned Adding Dark Mode to Our Platform

In this post, we will share some of the lessons we learned during the implementation of dark mode at WorkOS.

Dark Mode with Style Dictionary

Dark mode is so hot right now. This article goes in depth into how dark mode works on Android, iOS, and the web.

Flash of inAccurate coloR Theme (FART)

There is a lot to think about when implementing a dark mode theme on a website.

Dark mode in 5 minutes, with inverted lightness variables

By now, you probably know that you can use custom properties for individual color components.

A Complete Guide to Dark Mode on the Web

“Dark mode” is defined as a color scheme that uses light-colored text and other UI elements on a dark-colored background.

Is Dark Mode Such A Good Idea?

I’ve decided to stop using dark mode across all of my devices, because research suggests that going to the dark side ain’t all that.