While much of the Coda team is hard at work at some game changing features we can’t wait to tell you more about in the coming weeks, we’re also taking time to clean up our overall interface. Today, we’re making some small tweaks to colors in Coda to help your content stand out more—whether in light mode or dark mode.
The most noticeable change is that the teal color previously used to indicate links is being updated to a richer blue. This updated hue more closely resembles the default color for links on the web, and should help your collaborators more immediately recognize links as such. Buttons will be higher contrast as well, beckoning your teammates to click them and contribute to your doc.
Because you can combine embedded web content, file attachments, Figma Boards, and more with other Coda building blocks in an all-in-one doc, we want to make sure your content feels integrated throughout your pages. As a designer, I’m also excited to update this shade to one that doesn’t clash with other elements in the Coda interface.
We’ll continue sharing the thinking behind design updates in Coda at regular intervals. If you’re interested in learning more about the Design Team at Coda check out this doc.