The forum rules are close to illegible (even on a 24" monitor) ...gray print - white on red - tiny fonts - and big cartoon graphics. The Marketplace rules are on the left - then on the right - then on the left. I have close to perfect vision - but can barely make out some of the text. Did admin LOOK at the new rules after posting them? I can't imagine trying to read it these threads on a mobile device. Have you obtained feedback on that?
What the WF has needed for over a year are updated rules that are clear, concise and easy to understand. What we have now are rules developed from a 'design' standpoint - disorganized, hard to read and way too much text.
The new WSO rules say "scarcity is now allowed" - what was not allowed in the past was 'fake scarcity'. Is that now allowed?
To me, the purpose of an 'infographic' is to put facts in an easy to follow and understand format. Admin has taken simple rules and made them wordy and complex. There is still no 'new members start here' page that outlines the basic rules of forum etiquette/participation in clear English.
Multiple 'examples' only make the threads longer and new members will have no idea what those examples mean. Better to list the basic rules for sellers and buyers - and use the 'examples' on a page of 'policy' for those placing a Marketplace ad.
Members would be telling FL this - but as rules are in an 'announcement' format - comments are not permitted.
It could be this infographic looks amazing on the 'modern view' - don't know. I use the classic view and so do many other members. I can see the effort that went into creating these infographic threads - but the end result is unreadable and confusing in my view.