June 8th
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I will never understand

squee-gee:

why social media folks insist upon “improving” their sites without input or consideration to the users. I see my developer friends so this all the time.  They claim “it makes more sense this way!” but that’s only if your brain thinks like a coder.  What is intuitive to your mind isn’t intuitive to others.  sleeker buttons to not a better site make. i mean, how would you feel if someone came in your house and moved all your furniture around without your permission, and then insisted it was for your own good?

  1. shallanelprin reblogged this from missmokushiroku and added:
    THIS ^
  2. cocoslucifera reblogged this from mizjenkins
  3. missmokushiroku reblogged this from awildwest
  4. cleverlittlemongoose reblogged this from consultingtrickster
  5. consultingtrickster reblogged this from catatonique
  6. catatonique reblogged this from nom-chompsky and added:
    I will never understand I am a “coder” and honestly, this Tumblr makes NO SENSE WHATSOEVER. It would be fine if you...
  7. xechada reblogged this from wordstomeawhisper
  8. whenindoubtapplymoreglitter reblogged this from thisismyotherface and added:
    I concur. App + messages would be good.
  9. idratherbenapping reblogged this from nom-chompsky and added:
    Yep! Tumblr, if you’d asked, I think you could improve the following: multifaceted/advanced tag AND content search just...
  10. knittingandsljivovica reblogged this from mizjenkins and added:
    I’m just mad that they hid my ask notifications. I do generally enjoy a sleeker look, but some user input would have...
  11. heartvice reblogged this from nom-chompsky and added:
    What squee-gee said, but it applies to all web sites, really and truly. Unless otherwise stated, a site is generally for...
  12. norman-desmont reblogged this from awildwest and added:
    I woke up this morning and my immediate reaction was “WHAT IS THIS SHIT”
  13. rodmanstreet said: agreed. I don’t understand why they don’t, say, look at the popular extensions, like missing-e, to see what people want. There are ways of finding out what your users want
  14. anedumacationisnomore said: THSI THIS THIS FUCKING THIS OH MY GOD THIS I am jumping up and down on my bed screaming right now. code rage