I appreciate the new change, though I miss the old page. However, the sudden loss of color is daunting and dull, plus the edit buttons to the left of the hubs looks a bit too bright against such a dull page. A lighter tone color or smaller buttons would work. How about the same shade of green as the stats block? However, I suggest increasing the color density there.
The edit buttons are huge from where I'm viewing. Wasn't the new design beta tested on a variety of devices and platforms first?
One other thing I noticed about the new accounts stats page is that the graph button has been removed. I reported this in another thread.
I'm just posting a follow-up to close the case of my prior comment above.
Paul Deeds explained that the graph feature put a heavy load on the servers, which is why it was removed. His reply is at http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/118519? … ost2503053
I must admit it was a rather big shock to see the change and to be honest it does seem rather dull- I kept thinking that it was not quite ready for use but it seems that this is the finished product- oh well..............it will change again at some point
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