re: What is a website that you visit regularly despite its technical quality and user experience? VIEW POST


It is useful to keep in touch with friends and relatives, but the interface leaves much to be desired: lots of useless bloatware that bloats loading times and make everything slower (unless you have very good connection and CPU), the "notification" part that updates randomly: you see the little number for new notifications, you click on the "world", but there is nothing new (and the number disappears), the page is full of "sensitive areas" and you need to be careful with the mouse, otherwise you'll go to a page you did not want to and it will be almost impossible to come back to the post you was reading.

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