Consistency is an overriding design principle for the human interface. However you use iCloud storage, it adopts different behaviours from those of the Finder. Apple needs to evolve the iCloud interface to improve it, and to empower the user.
Two recent retail experiences remind me of my mis-spent youth, when I learned the hard way what it takes to sell to customers.
Sierra 10.12.5 claims that the App Store app has been enhanced. That’s not what I have seen.
Getting basic, everyday things like text selection right isn’t as sexy as AI or VR, but it’d make our work and lives easier.
Progress bars are usually wildly non-linear, only increasing anxiety and frustration during an upgrade like iOS 10 or macOS Sierra. Let’s change them, please.
Facebook has become a stochastic bazaar: utterly random, unpredictable, and a human interface mess.
It’s only a little detail, but wasn’t Apple so good at getting the details right?
Microsoft’s Windows 10 update troubleshooter could not tell me whether my computer was eligible for the free Windows 10 upgrade.
There have been experimental human interfaces that have conjured up greater depth, and presented projected objects instead of flat layers.
I confirm the claim of the Human Interface Guidelines that I am often very annoyed, and know that something is wrong.