It's not terrible—but it's not as simple as it used to be, and simple is what made Dropbox win. It's increasingly confusing which files are shared with whom, and the web interface makes even finding or downloading files take a few more clicks than it seems it should.
I don't actually know if AWS is considered well-designed, but any time I need to use their actual interfaces, I get SUPER frustrated.
It's not even close. Decades ago, Adobe was pioneering software for the Mac. Now, their apps are so full of cruft and so slow that I waste hours considering other alternatives. The thing is, there's nothing that can replace everything Adobe can do.
I am happy to pay this bill every month, but I hate that their software runs as slow as it does. I'm dying for them to take advantage of underlying macOS frameworks and optimizations that could make them the kings of the hill again, but I am beginning to doubt we will ever see that day.
Don't know if anyone consider Zendesk well designed or not, but I consider it terrible. Couple of years ago they redesigned the interface, but instead of rethinking the ux for modern days, they just applied a skin to their old dashboard. Very disappointing.
If I do it right (or wrong?), I can have several search fields on the screen, and none of them will find what I'm looking for. Also, all of the snap states are too crowded to be useful, so I have to pop it out onto another monitor.
One of the most confusing interfaces. Really easy to get disorganized on.
Mailchimp - Hate the interface, it's slow to load & nothing seems to be where it's supposed to be.
Wix - I see a lot of ads & youtube promotions for this. But from my experience, it was really slow & sluggish
Facebook - I think a lot of people would agree on this & do I even need to explain further?
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