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Discussion in 'iMac' started by bdbolin, Jun 9, 2017.
Holy Apple, who dropped the ball here!
Nobody in their right mind can say this looks good:
It looks good
Yeah, it's bad. I thought it was a bug, but if it's still like that...
Ah, why not?
Life is hard when you have to decide for everyone what nobody likes.
But, just to muddy the waters, I actually speak for my friend, "nobody" (not his real name, of course), and "nobody" says he likes how that page looks --- quite colorful, and interesting when scrolling up and down. I like it, too... but then, I'm just another nobody.
It gets the point across
They probably put their "Top People" on it. Maybe they lifted it from a Powerpoint presentation.
Safe to say, that if you don't know what you're doing, the most powerful computer in the world (or an iMac Pro) can't help.
Was probably designed on a Windows 10 PC.
I have to agree with OP, I cringed when I scrolled through the site. It's a UI nightmare. It's like Apple is trying to yell the specs to us.
Can't beat that trashcan animation that begins to scroll - it was the future in 2013, and it's still the future now.
iMac Pro page is a mess - totally agree. It's confusing. A design catastrophe. Nobody has text like that which just scrolls... it's so vastly different to their other webpages as well... yet they're supporting it by showing the iMac Pro as the first computer you see when opening the Mac page... bizarre.
I recall the Mac Pro being the same way at first.
Perhaps we could go back to before the release where the whining was less loud!