OH HELL NO: Pinterest’s new mega nav
BostonGlobe.com = no click to enlarge?
This photo looks very interesting. I’d love to view it larger to see the detail but you can’t click to enlarge it like you’d expect. ANNOYING.
Why does Behance make it so hard to appreciate a project?
Can you appreciate it here on the news feed?
Oh… Well can you appreciate here on the project details section on the project page?
You have to scroll to the very bottom of the page and click this blue star thing that barely resembles a clickable button:
PS. I get it. They want you to scroll to the very bottom and see the full project before you can truly appreciate it but COME ON. It’s not a standard practice, it’s annoying and the actual ‘button’ is barely a button. This could be so much better / easier.
QuizUp has too many bugs.
Not a UX issue really, but when you think about how it ruins the user experience, bugs can most certainly be a UX issue.
WAY too many bugs, errors, disconnections and “dagnabbits”. Pretty annoying when you play the whole game (and were winning - obviously) for it to just error or disconnect at the end. It was fun while it lasted QuizUp!
BestBuy.com Availability Checker
Today for my lunch break I decided to walk over to the mall and buy an Ollo Clip from Best Buy. The entire trip is only 1 mile round trip which isn’t normally a big deal but today is extremely cold (feels like -5) and snow is everywhere but I figured I could use the walk and some fresh air. So I checked product availability online first and their website said “AVAILABLE NOW” so off I went.
Only to find out they did not actually have it available. The employee told me “When it says we have 1 that normally means we have none”. WAIT WHAT? That’s your policy? Really?
Here are 2 options to fix this issue:
- Make your availability numbers actually work.
- When stock numbers get below a certain number, let’s say 3, throw a flag / message near the count that says something like: “Stock of this product is very low. We suggest calling the location and double checking to availability before departure.”
- Remove the feature entirely and direct people to call and ask about availabilty.
Please, do NOT have people check online, then commute to your store just to find out you do not in fact have the product they wanted to purchase.