Colors and Theming


Super happy to have stumbled upon Everdo, Your interface already looks quite good. I’ll go deeper over the next few days. Just because your green throws off my colorscheme I have to ask if it would be possible to make the header color adjustable for paid members.

I think this make sense to reserve as a pro feature since it somewhat detracts from your brand.

Also, any talks of a dark UI?


Hi @wrathagom, happy to have you!

This makes sense. I will add it to the backlog, but can’t promise to treat it as high priority.

If you were to pick a header color, what would it be?

This is considered both a big effort and a fairly low impact. This means it won’t happen any time soon.


A dark theme, or at least the ability to customize the CSS, would be super.

Contrast, font, legibility improvements


Dark UI would be great, or as john said, even just css customization.
I find white backgrounds very tiring on the eyes and have everything I can dark UI-ed.

Same goes for the android app, would love to see a dark UI for it, or even better - AMOLED dark (true black) for amoled screens.


I wanna see Dark theme, too. Here’s another inspiration for a dark color theme.

This theming is popular on Linux.


+1 for the dark theme.
Many people use dark UIs on their computer, and many apps nowadays support dark themes (a few examples:
Personally, I work during the night often, and a dark UI is easier on the eyes for me.

Perhaps an ability to customize the theming would be useful - in general, I think that many of the feature requests on this forum could be handled by users themselves if Everdo supported some sort of customazibility or a plugin API. For example, this helped the Sublime Text editor reach a high level of popularity, even though Sublime Text was created by a single developer, and the API is quite simple (e.g., see


Perhaps your screen is too bright. Lots of people uses their screens with too bright backlight, because of the default settings or they like the brighter colours.
Your screen shouldn’t be the only light in your room. Have a good light in your room is better for your eyes. Then hold a blank sheet of paper next to your screen and adjust the screen brightness (in white areas) to the same brightness of the paper. Perhaps now you don’t need a dark UI anymore.

I prefer light UIs over dark ones, while having a little light in my room and my screen brightness dimmed to 10…20%.


While I’m not saying that you’re not correct about a bright background being better for the eyes (health-wise), there are many people who are used to a dark UI, and are unlikely to change their preference. It seems better to actually have a dark UI available, and this seems to be becoming relatively standard.

Btw, one additional reason why I used to prefer a dark background is that I lived in a 1 room studio apartment where my wife slept while I worked in the night. Even with the screen brightness set to 0%, my wife found it impossible to sleep without me switching on the dark UI in all the applications (there are browser add-ons that do this, for example, and many apps and websites support it natively).


I would also like the options for a dark theme/UI. I just purchased the software, and to be honest, it was the only reason I was considering not purchasing.

My whole life is dark themed out. Would absolutely love for this program to match.


+1 on the availability of a dark theme, or maybe the possibility to have community driven themes/palette?
I am also a user of the arc theme that TKTK mentions above for all my (Linux) applications, it would be nice to be able to align Everdo appearance with that.