Sorry if this is discussed elsewhere, I tried searching.
The spending plan progress bars don’t match with the values above them. Not a big deal, but it is confusing on quick glance and, in my opinion, should be changed.
I'm guessing the next work day (*thanksgiving week, unclear when) one of the coaches will convert this to an idea post, if they do, i might vote for it.
Interesting, I’ve never noticed this; don’t pay close attention to the Spending Plan. Not sure if it’s a bug or by design, but assuming that the green is what’s left, it would make sense that the $32.52 would be listed on the right.
@zphillips, @RobWilk, & @Flopbot, I'm not sure that this is a bug, as the green part may be actually representing the "of" amount in the bottom right, as that's pretty much how this data is displayed on the Web App. But, I do think the "left" and "spent" labels at the top are visually confusing compared to what you see in the progress bar graph, so I went ahead and reported it as a bug to see what they say. I'll let you all know when I hear back!
The “of” part on the bottom right is the total budgeted amount, which would be the total length of the bar.
If the team is open to suggestions, I personally think the colors themselves don’t read as clear as they could. I’m a Mint refugee, so I’m sure part of it is just being more accustom to their interface, but I think in this instance their alignment and colorization just read better.
As I'd interpret it…
@zphillips is right that the left and spent numbers are on the wrong side…or perhaps the colors are on the wrong side. When I think about it, it makes a little more sense to switch the numbers instead of the colors since what's left is left AFTER spending the money first.
Regarding the colors, I don't have a strong opinion, although I do have to admit that this color scheme is a bit more intuitive.