Seriously, how many people have to tell you?
I see this where the developers get these massive screens and develop software with huge fonts and massive whitespace, it does not look bad on their 30in displays with tiny res
However, with a Laptop, using the most common resolution on the planet, Lastpass is unusable, in their user acceptance testing I doubt they had anyone with 75 google sites trying to figure out what was what, it is all a bloody mess.
You seem to be burying what a user wants to do under 20 hurdles, it is nuts
Consider if I do not want a site to autofill, I have to EDIT the site, but there is NO ADVANCED settings ABOVE THE FOLD (without scrolling) so pissed off, I scroll down and click advanced Settings, then the STUPID thing takes me BACK TO THE TOP, so I have to scroll down AGAIN to edit those advanced options.
I tried using Opera, same issues, look how much more space just the login dialog takes!http://i.imgur.com/qddabW2.jpg
Sadly, it is the same for the vault, so much damn white space so few sites seen without scrolling and you can't find what you want.
I do not know who is in charge of the UI design but they need to be fired!
I am so sad that you have ruined one of my most recommended pieces of software, I feel like starting a campaign with your new owners Citrix.
The worst thing is there is no feedback from Lastpass, nobody putting their hands up, saying we have been listening and here is our "Cosy" interface
But hey, do not take my word
unhappy123 Wrote:Wanted to drop a line and say how much I dislike the new interface. Useful features I previously used are now considerably more difficult to access. Sometimes the most difficult thing to do is to do nothing, and you designers should have done exactly that. A good piece of software just took a turn for the worse.
jtaylor960 Wrote:I have to agree that this redesign is a disappointment. What we needed were useful improvements in usability that would allow us to better organize the hundreds of passwords that we have entered. Things like sub-folders and/or tags. Or the ability to change a note type rather than having to recreate it. Today we have to resort to using prefixes in the description whenever we create an entry (ie: WEB: AD:, LOCAL: etc.) so that we can organize our content within the limitations of a single folder hierarchy. The changes you made don't help us organize content at all. Instead, they just force us to scroll even more to find what we are looking for. The big tiles and icons waste space without adding value.
WTFNow Wrote:It takes up way too much space, both the Grid (really really terrible!) and List (really terrible). Please bring back the old interface!