Oh yiiiiiis, like, I didn't know that there was a category for "adopts" until I saw Kawiku submit something to there X'D All my life I've been trying to figure out where adopts go and 2 years later I find it o___e
I think it's it's pretty simple already. Still, I'm curious about what they are going to do. It's true that most likely everybody is going to reject the new idea but that's just how it is with everything new. People don't like new things But in the end they turn out not so bad in most cases. I got used to most of the changes on dA except for those symbols beside the username. I keep accidentally clicking on them which is annoying -_-
I agree with that... they always ask for feedback but never actually act on it, it's kinda frustrating. It's as if they want to make us feel like we matter, because they know that we get no actual say in what goes on.
Dim-WitchFeatured By OwnerMay 22, 2015Hobbyist Digital Artist
Yeah. It;s kinda' like a group of people burst into your house at a random point and take your stuff saying "This is too complex. You don't need this anymore," repainting your walls, moving things around and replacing furniture. All you can do is scream at them telling them that you don't want it, yet they ignore. (Sorry, long explanation)
I also feel that as beta-testers, we'll be the first to get these changes. We'll be giving constructive feed back (We don't like this because...) and the only feedback they'll read and do something about is the bugs. :T
Or more likely, they'll just take the very few positive feedbacks and say that the "majority" agrees with their idea so they don't have to go back 'cause it'll be awkward to propose something then get turned down when they're already starting it. IDK, just a guess, may not be right but that's how I picture them right now X'D
They NEVER go back on an idea from what I've seen so far. Which is really annoying =v="
Some times, but usually only when I'm looking for something I don't use all the time or the first time I'm trying to find a page. Like the commissions thing for example, where you can look through what people have their commission widgets set up for. I found that once then lost it for a year until I found it on accident again a couple months ago.
There is a limit on how simple you can go before it becomes more complex. Simple isn't bad but for a system, it does have the ability to turn things complicated ;; Like for my new windows 8 laptop, the layout is so simple but it took a long while to figure out where everything is ^^'