tonyshowoff last edited by tonyshowoff
If you look at the way Microsoft styles things these days, such as the Exchange Control Panel, Bing.com, etc there's a similar style, and of course most of us know this. I am curious, however, if anyone else has noticed there's a bit of clunkiness to the experience? Something about how things work, it's not ugly or badly designed so much as the UI functionality seems as though Microsoft can't even do as well as Bootstrap.
Often, also, the simplest and established intuitive things are not done. A great example is the Bing reverse image search, if one scrolls down, then back up, then back down again it doesn't cache, it simply loads it all again. Why would they do this? To waste bandwidth and processing time?
I can't be the only one who notices these types of things. The visual style is not bad, it's something else I cannot describe directly.
scottalanmiller last edited by
It's definitely is a noticeable thing. They've never been great with UIs. But they've been slipping more and more.