I felt if the "trafic rising" triangle adjacent to our articles shown in "my account" page can be changed to Green color (upward looking) and the "traffic dropping" can be changed to red color (downward triangle). Felt it would be more logical.
I think what he is trying to say is the color red reflects - something different for him - like the opposite - red watch out - blue is cool thing like as in its cool when stats are going up or something like that anyway
He said green.
Green going UP means GO.
Red going down means STOP.
Sounds like a traffic light doesn't it. Also red is a bad color for people for the fact if you ever did badly in school you would get an essay back covered in Red Ink. I had a teacher who wouldn't correct with Red because of this reason when I was in school.
Green and Red holds many different meanings in different countries too
In many places green is up and red is down
But sometimes like in hong kong stock market its the other way round
It would be interesting to see red and green replace the hub account statistics though
It would then look like a stock market
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