A dark editor theme with handpicked colours and heavily inspired by the ultraviolet colour (colour of the year 2018) and Outrun aesthetics. A theme with contrast and accessibility for colourblindess in mind.
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✨ Comments and editor selection colours have been updated to meet WCAG AA standards.
A professional theme with hand-picked & bold colours for your VS Code editor and terminal. The theme is heavily inspired by the Pantone colour of the year 2018 and the Outrun aesthetics.
However, colours are on the pastel side to help provide contrast and highlight what is essential.
Color choices have taken into consideration what is accessible to people with colorblindness and in low-light circumstances.
A FOSS (Free & Open Source Software) project developed by Tania Allard.
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Code/File ＞ Preferences ＞ Color Theme ＞ Pitaya Smoothie
Pitaya Smoothie Syntax Colours
Outrun aesthetics profoundly inspires this theme. The colour choices for the theme were made also taking into consideration accessibility for those users with colourblindness. By default, the theme is suitable for multiple types of colourblindness - no settings tweaking required.
The theme consists of a reasonably dark background and popping contrast colours.
I also made decisions to allow for meaningful contrast for reading comprehension and optimal colour-popping ✨.