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Probably designed by a cousin of the guy who designed the hospital laboratory information system screens that now require lots of page flips to do routine work because the others were "too busy" ... skilled knowledge workers like busy screens, naive ones not so much.
No one else tried to find what site he was talking about?
Both Fedex and UPS seem like fine
Without the reference, first thought sounds more like UI issue not UX (im one of the a-holes that try to seperate the two - look of interface vs how user engages with interface)
The abundance of white space might be a part of the transition away from the skeuomorphic designs. It takes time to figureout a balance and I think there is still wiplash effects of this change starting 10 years ago.
A comment made when I was doing my degree sticks with me. You got this big screen (might have been 800x600 or 1024×768) and all your doing is typing text. There is no need to have the application full screen.
So urks me when some devs have a notepad fullscreen while switching to a browser of some other application.
yeah, teenagers using psychedelic stuff in the weekend, then hit the commit button monday at work after quickly adjust the ui to match what they have experienced in their trip. you are the problem ! navigate to their site only when having some dmt stuff in your blood as well, and you'll be just fine
Are you worried more about these scammers's CCTV and audio systems being accessed, or the database they also surely must have, containing the details of the people they've suckered...including their credit card info...?
I suspect they're not too big on data security one way or another.
If something has a solution... Why do we have to worry about?. If it has no solution... For what reason do we have to worry about?
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