At least three times a day.
That's how often I press a link, button or whatever JUST after it moves to another location to be replaced with something I did not want to press.
It happens on my phone
It happens on my PC on the system tray
It happens in the browser
And other places...
Every morning I must push that icon to log in to the companys VPN in windows system tray. I wait for the icon to load. I wait for the other stuff to load, see my click-target jumping around in the menu. Ok, now everything is loaded, everything is still, I press it...NOOOOOO....JUST then it was replaced by another icon/button for an update of SSMS. I'm late for my morning meeting. The PC freezes for 60 seconds. My head boils....
Reading the morning paper on my phone...same thing....JUST when I press that article it's replaced by a link to an annoying ad (ok, maybe that's not a design flaw, maybe that's meant to be).
Same thing in Visual Studio...wow, it says I can start working while it's loading my project....lets press the file I want to work on.....NOOOOO......JUST THEN....
So: Designers of user interfaces of the world: Please: If you go with that fancy dynamic loading, please see to it that the things already loaded ARE NOT MOVED!
Truth be told, the CP "login" in the top right corner never works for me. It should be modal once you invoke it, but you only get to select your email, them it disappears. Then you do something else instead which I can't remember because I'm still thinking of why no one ever fixed this.
(But thought it must be me)
It was only in wine that he laid down no limit for himself, but he did not allow himself to be confused by it.
― Confucian Analects: Rules of Confucius about his food