If you’re looking for a 'well-lit' Steam interface, then the Digitally Unmastered with its signature neon green might just be a great choice to consider. Released in 2012 and updated up until 2016, the skin transforms the standard Steam interface into something more appealing and functional too.
Digitally Unmastered takes a color scheme that’s reminiscent of the green and black hacking terminal interface from the movie Matrix. The menu and address bar feature a green to black gradient with the rest of the interface largely being in black with a touch of smattering bright green colors.
Scroll bars come in simple green outlines while the drop-down menus are presented in solid black with green dividers. The drop-down menus are open and merge into the rest of the interface quite seamlessly. This might seem messy to many but all the important utilities are still in their right place.
While the skin’s fonts remain unchanged, the colors introduced onto the text do much in increasing readability. Headings are marked in bright green while the rest of text is ideally in black and white. The text size is quite sensible, so it would be safe to say legibility on this skin is top notch.
Considering the skin was last updated in 2016 when the Big Picture shortcut has not been introduced, it means for you to access this interface feature, you’ll have to dig deeper into the main Steam menu. Aside from that, the rest of the skin’s interface works just perfectly.