As an older player who returned to EVE after 14 years off, I realized that I can’t see items on the screen as well as I used to when I last played in 2005. I am sure that others with older eyes or other sight issues might have similar issues. I hope others with vision issues will weigh in, but let me start by suggesting two issues - one a simple fix and another a bit more complicated that would make my EVE experience much better.
It’s great that once you set a destination, the overview highlights the next gate or station in your jump sequence. However, the light yellow highlight of the icon has too little contrast for me to easily distinguish nest to white icons. Going to a darker yellow - perhaps the shade used in the mission travel links - would have a huge positive impact on my gameplay. It would make a lot of sense to use the same color as the travel links since the highlighting relates to travel.
One of the ways I adjust for my aging vision is to use a very large high-resolution monitor and set the scaling of fonts and the cursor to a large size. Generally, I have found that the adjustability of the font and cursor sizes in EVE leaves a lot to be desired and doesn’t synchronize with my operating system settings. In order to make the cursor large enough for me to see on my monitors I have to use a lower resolution on my monitor, which enlarges everything on the screen, not just the parts that are hard to see. If the cursor size was adjustable it would make a huge difference for me. Better ability to select the font sizes in windows would be hugely helpful to - the adjustment in settings seems to work on some things and not others, so it could stand improvement.