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Comments on: Users Revolt as the New Design at Last.fm Goes Live http://dailyapps.net/users-revolt-as-the-new-design-at-lastfm-goes-live/ An app a day, keeps the boredom away... Thu, 07 Feb 2013 11:19:56 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.7.22 By: Kenneth http://dailyapps.net/users-revolt-as-the-new-design-at-lastfm-goes-live/#comment-6763 Sat, 26 Jul 2008 07:59:33 +0000 http://dailyapps.net/2008/07/users-revolt-as-the-new-design-at-lastfm-goes-live/#comment-6763 i actually liked the old design better da. the newer one is still messed up. i cant find the invite friends option. and if click the one that i did find it doesnt take me anywhere.
hope they give the option to switch back.

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By: Kozminovici http://dailyapps.net/users-revolt-as-the-new-design-at-lastfm-goes-live/#comment-6762 Mon, 21 Jul 2008 22:20:17 +0000 http://dailyapps.net/2008/07/users-revolt-as-the-new-design-at-lastfm-goes-live/#comment-6762 I’ve been using last.fm for almost 2 years now. I loved its clean, straight, almost minimalistic design. It was a trademark. More so, it was a statement. It had the cozy feeling of a second home on this big damn Web, yet it was *the* greatest tool for discovering new music to enjoy. Maybe I’m too much of a music freak, hell knows, but last.fm used to be the perfect playground. It was *different*.
All is lost now, of course.
Every little detail of it just screams “web 2.0″. In the quest for hell knows what, improvement? customers’ satisfaction? profit? they have lost their identity, becoming just another copy of your average stuffed-with-ads commercial site. It may sound like a stupid reason for a “revolt”, I agree, but truth is – there’s quite a bunch of people that really love that website and really care about it. And they just HATE having it spoiled mindlessly.

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By: silent_hope http://dailyapps.net/users-revolt-as-the-new-design-at-lastfm-goes-live/#comment-6761 Mon, 21 Jul 2008 19:52:00 +0000 http://dailyapps.net/2008/07/users-revolt-as-the-new-design-at-lastfm-goes-live/#comment-6761 When I found last.fm I just fell in love with it.It was like no other site and it was just perfekt.I’m more into the music then anything else and I was just impressed.The design was unique, simple and perfekt.Now every time when I look at the new one, I feel like my heart is broken.It seems like my myspace profil :( If I want to see what I need I have to scroll scroll and again scroll down there.Yes,there are a lot of improvements, but the new design ruined everything.And Tony “Making room for ad space is one thing ��� turning the whole thing into a Facebook lookalike was a strategic error that will lose it a lot of ardent fans.” – it is so true….

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By: Sammy http://dailyapps.net/users-revolt-as-the-new-design-at-lastfm-goes-live/#comment-6760 Mon, 21 Jul 2008 19:41:33 +0000 http://dailyapps.net/2008/07/users-revolt-as-the-new-design-at-lastfm-goes-live/#comment-6760 That’s the thing though. Not only does the old design look like a child designed it (I can cope with that by the way) it’s the fact that it’s totally impractical. It takes a long time to work out what how to acheieve simple tasks. That’s not intuitive at all.

The old site however had NOTHING at all wrong with it.

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By: headspace http://dailyapps.net/users-revolt-as-the-new-design-at-lastfm-goes-live/#comment-6759 Mon, 21 Jul 2008 19:24:08 +0000 http://dailyapps.net/2008/07/users-revolt-as-the-new-design-at-lastfm-goes-live/#comment-6759 way to sell out big time for more advert space. terribly convoluted design with tons of white space (soon to be replaced by ads), not to mention useless features like the recent activity tracker (facebook, anyone?). welcome to fail.fm

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