Dan Wineman: And yeah, the nav bar text buttons are a big problem.
Dan Wineman: What about the 10% of the population who have low color vision.
Dan Wineman: How are they supposed to benefit from color being the only thing that distinguishes a button.
Dan Wineman: Huge accessiblity regression, I think.
Me: If you read the internet, the response is, "Fuck you stop worrying about that, they'll figure it out."
Me: But to me, having to figure that out a month before launch means you FAILED AT THE OUTSET.
Dan Wineman: Yeah, I doubt as much will change as people think.
Dan Wineman: This is how they want it.
Me: Every conversation I've had with someone about iOS 7 ends with them telling me they're not going to bother talking to me about it because I "don't get it".
Me: It's very annoying.
Dan Wineman: Maybe it's the foam that comes out of the corners of your mouth.
Me: There are probably a handful of people who have spent as much time as I have in the past 6 years with this UI and this environment, and to say that I don't get why it's necessary for Apple to throw it all out only to introduce a worse version for "the future" is like someone taking a scalpel away from a doctor mid-surgery and saying, "Hey, we have a robot that does this now and he's crazy and ends up cutting a lot of limbs off but shut up you don't understand the future of medicine."
Dan Wineman: I love how you're always a doctor in these analogies.
Me: I had a homeless person version, but I figured i'd shoot for the stars.