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I'm currently in the process of designing customer badges for my application and have encountered a styling challenge. I've successfully implemented a color-coded badge that reflects the customer's name, with the color determined by a subjective rating provided by the user.

Recently, our client requested the addition of a second rating based on the customer's purchasing volume. Unlike the subjective rating, this new rating allows users to choose from a scale of 1 to 10, each with personalized colors.

Question 1: How can I display these two distinct colors on the badge-customer-component? The current representation is as follows:

Current Badge Design

Question 2: What colors do you recommend for the first rating (level 1 to 5) and the second rating (max 10, with personalized colors)? Additionally, what color options should I offer users in the selector component for the second rating?

I want to ensure a visually appealing and intuitive design that clearly communicates both ratings. Any suggestions or best practices would be greatly appreciated!

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  • You can't expect answers to be specific about why and what without knowing what problem it will solve. Please specify what you have tried and why that didn't work.
    – jazZRo
    Commented Nov 10, 2023 at 10:18
  • You should also use a design which takes into account folks with colorblindness.
    – IconDaemon
    Commented Nov 10, 2023 at 22:06

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There are a few layers of complexity to work through when trying to implement or introduce colours into new UI components:

  • current design system colour palette
  • consistent and meaningful colour grading for scale
  • any accessibility requirements
  • reusability or clash with other parts of the interface (e.g. light/dark mode, hover-over behaviour, etc.)

You to have work through the best practices for at least some or all of these considerations, so there is no simple answer here.

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