Almost every icon in the Power BI service is now grey. This makes the service much more difficult to use, especially for business users and developers who rely on icon colors to quickly navigate through the service.
For instance, when viewing a workspace, reports used to have a blue icon next to their name, while datasets had an orange icon. Now there is no color differentiation and the icons for a report and dataset are incredibly similar. Additionally, buttons which prompted specific actions, such as updating an app, had a yellow (then teal) background, which helps call out the significance of the action.
Recently, the Power BI accent color was changed from yellow to teal. At the time, the team explained the primary reason for this change was to ensure the product was more accessible to all users by improving contrast and increasing visibility of the user interface. By removing icon colors, the team has directly reduced contrast and decreased visibility of the user interface. It does not seem unreasonable to expect a visualization tool to adhere to basic design principles.
Please restore the previous icon colors. In future updates, please ensure the user experience is impacted positively, rather than negatively, for consumers and developers
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