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Good design is as little design as possible. At least that’s what the famous industrial designer Dieter Rams said. With the rise of mobile applications and digital devices, the design of these applications has become increasingly important. The visual appearance of an application can greatly affect the user experience, which is why the choice between dark and light mode is so crucial. So which of the two is best? When it comes to mobile applications, this design philosophy translates to creating an interface that is simple and intuitive, with little to no distractions. This is where dark mode comes in. Dark mode is essentially a reversed colour scheme, with light text on a dark background. This design style has become increasingly popular as it helps reduce eye strain, especially in low-light environments and also helps extend battery life. Additionally, dark mode can give applications a more modern and sleek look, as well as helping to emphasize content. On the other hand, light mode, which is the traditional colour scheme with dark text on a light background, is still widely used and preferred by many. Light mode is often considered easier to read, as it is closer to traditional print materials and can be less tiring on the eyes when used in well-lit environments. So why does myReach offer both dark and light mode? The answer is simple – because choice is important. We believe that every user is different and has different preferences when it comes to the appearance of their digital devices. We want users to choose the mode that works best for them. “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic” (Arthur C. Clarke). With myReach, we aim to provide our users with a powerful tool that can help them manage their information and knowledge and both dark and light mode options help make this magic accessible to everyone. So whether you prefer dark mode for its modern look and reduced eye strain, or light mode for its traditional feel and ease of reading, myReach has got you covered. With both options available, you can switch between modes as needed and find the perfect balance between design and functionality. In conclusion, the choice between dark and light mode is a personal one and ultimately comes down to what works best for you. By offering both options, myReach aims to provide its users with a tool that is both powerful and flexible, allowing them to get the most out of their digital devices and enhance their knowledge management and productivity.