One of my favorite aspects of working with web projects is the ability to use CSS to customize a page. This is especially the case when working with sigma.js for the deployment of network graphs. CSS makes it easy to quickly test and change colors, modify elements, and experiment with different fonts. This is all important when I’m seeking a particular look and feel for a visualization. Which leads into this updated take on my recently created Miles Davis network graph, wherein the node colors, edge widths, and font sizes have all been modified, for the better, I believe.
In place of the nearly black background is a deep, rich blue, as well as new node colors and a more readable font color for the sidebar. Here are the before and after views:
And the updated look: