Hate to say it, but they finally reached the "Peter Principal" of Product Design... now it has 99 number redial, 64 microwave settings and print the size of a cheap fortune cookie. All the while I just needed to reach my 6 closest friends, nuke a hotdog and find out what I needed to be doing "in bed" later tonight.
I can no longer make my hearty recommendation to my fellow AARP members because they lost their easy-to-use edge with their hard to read, hard to navigate interface.
The problem is not with the user, the issue is with the designers that are 20-somethings and still able to read the fine print on the bottom of the tequila bottle and have the manual dexterity and memory imbedded in youth.
C'mon... am I alone in the woods on this one? Evidently, I'm told, that they prefer to make improvements based on the rants of reviewer/users that know a post is not a fence, and that these threads are not for sewing.
We need a genuinely accessible option for the Controller App that considers Universal Design and ADA-like ground-floor features that let those with the least ability use a tool at the same level as those with the most ability. It's possible. Ramps are good for wheelchairs and skateboards.
Geeze... even this forum has the ability to increase font!
Join me!! Rant against the machine!!!