So, I asked a question here last night, and this morning I find that it's been migrated to Graphic Design. I can't see any discussion and no evidence for whether the migration was because of a vote or unilateral moderator action (and if the latter, by whom).
I can see that it's on topic on Graphic Design. I believe it's also on topic here - it's about photographs and color choices. Now perhaps I could have been persuaded that it's better over there, but as far as I can tell nobody talked about migrating it (was there talk and it disappeared? that's bad too), let alone had a discussion that I could participate in. Why the urgency here?
My point: Let's take it easy on migrating questions that aren't blatantly off-topic, and let the asker participate in the decision rather than
simply slamming quickly moving the question over to an unfamiliar community without comment, particularly if the asker is a long-time member of our community in good standing.
It's not always clear who voted to move a question. For example, this morning when I looked at the question, the move note was as follows:
i.e., nothing about who moved it. I see now that the three people who voted to move it are listed, but only on the photo.SE side, which I didn't see earlier (assuming that the notice would be symmetric). This drove part of my complaint.