===Comparative analysis of night / reading modes on iOS apps**: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1XdZeRqSFWnRNU0Uh-2P0CzcAXu2pIhMKdmsaiP6v1kk/edit?usp=sharing ===
===Suggested design elements===
//Auto night mode toggle//
Auto night mode based on environmental light conditions (like iBooks) automatically changes the reading theme to an appropriate setting (eg. dark mode when there is limited light). This could be toggled on and off by users in settings.
//Image dimming toggle//
Transparent black overlay on all images when the user has dark mode turned on. This could be toggled on and off by users in settings.
//Night mode / reading themes applied on all app screens//
Night mode and any other reading themes would be applied to all screens in the app, not just the reading view.
//Adjust theme in reading theme and in settings//
Allow users to adjust their reading theme and theme settings (auto night mode and image dimming) in their app settings. Additionally, allow users to switch between reading themes in the article view.
===Stretch design elements===
A screen brightness slider with the same functionality of the brightness slider in the control center.
Themes are pre-set color combinations (text, links, backgrounds, chrome, etc). Reading themes were available on all of the iOS apps with night mode reviewed in the report above including Apple’s iBooks. Reading themes can help address reading comfort in a variety of reading situations. Creating themes in multiple colors that meet AAA accessibility standards will require additional design work and could potentially require a significant amount of development work.