Sunday, February 3, 2008

TBs TechPoll 01 (Results) - Ubiquitous yellow

Last week, finished the first TBs poll addressing the Ubiquitous yellow topic.
After near 500 votes (a good participation I would say), the poll is closed and results are copied below. To be honest, they were a bit different to what I was expecting, but that's what Polls are for. ;)



The results speak by themselves and definitely most readers prefer to continue having the Construction Machines in yellow, than other colors.




Personally I also do like the Yellow a lot, but would love get a large variety of TECHNIC/System parts in 'Medium Orange' or 'Bright Light Orange' so those machines could be built in such color too. Never intended to suggest that these should replace the Yellow at all, and this may have not been properly understood among voters.
Anyway and excluding those who don't care at all about these issues, there was an expressive wish for other options behind Yellow.

It was with great enthusiasm that meanwhile I saw at least some new Orange beams to appear in the upcoming Off Roader (8297) seats.

1 comment:

People of Roma said...

Personally i would prefer if colors will be as they look on TLC pictures (sorry for my bad english :)
for example red like on wheels in this photo http://images.doublebrick.ru/sets/sl/lego-8416-1.jpg
or if 8275 was like this http://www.bricklink.com/TL/750.jpg
not like this
http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/d66n/Modern-Collection/8275/8275-3.jpg
in real

say, darker and more realistic colors, not so sterile yellow like now

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