You can now expect every website to inundate you with pop-ups for email lists, promotions, and privacy theater. (No, the GDPR isn’t to blame.) Enough is enough.
The preorder purchase experience at PacktPub was confusing. Packt never notified me when the book was made available to download. The ePub was also unformatted.
Forcing the user to choosing a username is a terrible user experience. No one wants to use an online service that forces a name you don’t like.
You’re the one paying for Grammarly. However, you’re also the one spending your time training and improving its machine-learning algorithm. Is that okay?
Make a meaningful improvement in user experience for your website visitors, especially those with slow internet, with semi-progressive JPEG loading.
How to help visitors and search engines better navigate through your yearly blog archives: Provide links from year to year!
The YouTube app is supposed to remind you to take periodic breaks, but fails to prompt users across devices. Feature is of limited use.
Chrome goes against Google’s ad-business-interests and introduces a distraction/ad-free reading mode experience in Chrome for Android.
I simply don’t get the typographical characters and symbols I need every day with the inadequate default Windows keyboard layout.
The iRobot Home app sends too many app notifications, and they’re not the notifications I’d want to receive from my vacuum cleaner.
The latest Firefox update presents tons of distractions every time you open up a new browser tab. Is this the browsing experience we want?
Windows Search still doesn’t understand partial matches, favors Microsoft products, and struggles with finding newly installed programs.
I don’t want my Roomba to shout “Press CLEAN to restart!” to itself in the middle of the night, but here we are.
The screen is off. You type your password out of habit and hit Enter. You may now accidentally have sent it somewhere it doesn’t belong.