Dracula PRO is a color scheme and UI theme tailored for programming.
Made for terminal emulators, code editors, and syntax highlighters.
Designed to be aesthetically pleasing while keeping you focused.
Used by software engineers from
Dracula PRO is built for your favorite apps.
In 2013, my laptop was stolen and I had to re-configure everything. At that time, there were thousands of themes out there, but none of them were appealing to me. So I decided to create my own.
Fast forward to 2020, Dracula is one of the most popular themes in the world. Still, I felt that something was missing. I wanted to help with more than just a theme, that's why I created Dracula PRO.
This is a package built for developers who are willing to invest in their productivity.
- Zeno Rocha
Isaac Newton was one of the first to organize colors geometrically. In 1704, Newton observed the relationships between different wavelengths of light and organized them as a circle of hue.
He was then able to identify different patterns that arose out of this representation. This would become the foundation of modern color theory.
The original Dracula colors created in 2013 were based on personal taste. This new PRO version brings a more refined and mathematical approach that normalizes lightness and saturation.Get all themes
Easy on the Eyes
Dark mode is everywhere, and there's a reason for that. From improved battery consumption to better visibility on low-light environments, there are many reasons to love.
Less Context Switch
By having the same color scheme across multiple apps, you reduce the time it takes to switch context between tasks. That's why Dracula PRO is available in as many platforms as possible.
The entire palette was tested against the WCAG 2.0 level AA spec, which requires a contrast ratio of at least 4.5:1 for normal text, therefore affording the best readability.
I carefully selected 4 monospaced programming fonts that fit perfectly with Dracula PRO. These fonts have built-in ligature support that improves readability.
By displaying one shorter glyph instead of 2 or sometimes 3, the human brain spends less energy to scan, parse, and join multiple characters into a single one.
Don't like ligatures? No problem, you can still use those fonts.Get all fonts
You can have the best theme, font, and tooling in the world, but if you cultivate bad habits, it will be hard for you to become a top developer.
Because of that, I decided to reach out to the best developers I know and ask them tips on how to be more productive.
This book is a collection of valuable learnings from senior professionals.Learn more
Before Dracula PRO my life was meaningless, colorless and sad. Now it is vibrant, electric and full of the best code I've ever written.
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