I would like to see some of the pages made a little easier to read. Some of us old folks have a hard enough time reading the website without some coder deciding light gray text on a white background is a good idea. I mean, come on, there's some places where there is gray text on a gray background. Give us old folks a little help here.
For example: When I am looking at the analysis page (pictured below) it is needlessly difficult to read the numbers on the left side of the screen. Make the text bigger and make it black.
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@dgcasey - I voted for this, I think accessibility is important (particularly font colors, navigation, etc), when taking considerations for the visually impaired (or color blindness).
As a thought though, you can adjust your web browser font settings to make the font larger (which would impact all sites), or you can use "hot keys" to zoom in/out when on a particular page (for instance, I'm on a Mac, and using the Chrome browser, I can hit "command" and the "+" keys to zoom in to read small font, then zoom back out with "command and the "-" keys)... could be a stop-gap for you for the size issue.
It seems like Strava needs a "Theme" feature. A lot of people ask for Dark mode and here we see High Contrast mode.
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