With 5300 United flights a day, how long do you think it would take for rejected user-keystrokes to outnumber the total developer-keystrokes required to pre-pend “UA” into the number field?
This looks like a single-page A/B/C/D test for buttons.
The subtle damage, though, comes from surfacing the complexity of a cloud environment with inconsistency. When you think of all the complex systems working together within AWS, do you want to see the kludges acted out in the interface?
This arbitrarily drawn visualization manages to disrespect potential consumers as well as the development team that worked hard to squeeze 1344 hours of life out of that battery.
Yes, Bing is a decent search engine. No, it’s not getting a lot of use.
Maybe, Microsoft, it has something to do with the if-I-grey-out-this-check-box-maybe-we’ll-get-more-unintentional-use sort of design.
Not only is the visual contrast dialed down, but greyed-out check boxes, by convention, are unclickable.
At which point, I deleted all Zynga games off my phone, honoring those who have laid down their lives, never considering that their laid-down lives might one day be used to drive user engagement.
Fast following Google’s mistakes.
Where to start with this one…
First off, stopping the cookie-less from merely browsing shows my that your priority is not showing things to buy.
Describing my browsing preferences as a problem isn’t the best way to start our interaction.
That verb disagreement and missing subject/pronoun ambiguity makes me think your error messages were outsourced.
I know red is your brand color, but red buttons are also the convention for cancellation or catastrophic failure, which, in this case, kind of works.
Best date validation ever. I should have the opportunity to specify my own calendar, though. Don’t just assume that I’m using Gregorian.
This doesn’t bode well. Six months from now, will Compass and Calculator be clamoring for my attention, as well?