The PÚBLICO website now has a darker version, which uses less energy
Starting today, you can read the news on location From PÚBLICO using a dark version (Dark mode) l location. This initiative, made possible thanks to Kia’s support, has many advantages, both in terms of sustainability and comfort Well-being To the user, in response to a desire and need, whether for the newspaper or its readers.
The functionality – which until now was limited to readers of AZUL, the PÚBLICO section dedicated entirely to covering the climate emergency – now extends to the home page and, gradually, to the entire page. location. In the words of Director David Pontis: “Seeking new solutions that meet best practices and the interests of our readers is at the heart of the newspaper. That’s what we did here.”
Readers can now choose light or dark mode for the news background. João Seabra, General Manager of Kia Portugal, highlights that this association “constitutes a clear expression of the holistic sense with which Kia views sustainability, which is not limited to the innovations we develop in the field of electric mobility. We seek to contribute to a more efficient and free daily life.” of carbon, and every gesture counts.”
The new functionality is inspired by comment And in the suggestions of our readers who have already had this experience on part of the site. Dark mode can also help save battery life on mobile devices with OLED displays, as dark pixels consume less power than white ones, which can result in longer battery cycle life and, as a result, lower power consumption.
This is a completely optional visual setting, giving the reader the freedom to choose the mode they prefer. In addition to aesthetic issues or preferences, there are advantages in reader comfort and well-being, as it reduces the effort of reading, and improves eye comfort. Moreover, it helps relax the brain when checking electronic devices before bed, an option that also favors accessibility for people with visual impairments.
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