Coldblackice User Jun '14 There are some pretty heavy issues of usability and style going on here: 1.) It's pretty dang annoying when sites force users to use external site logins for their own authentication. Please give us the option of an email/user login. 2.) Further, please give us the ability to remove site authentications from our accounts. I inadvertently added a wrong login authentication from another site, and now have no apparent way to change or remove it. I added another external site auth, thinking it would then let me delete other auths by setting a new default -- but nope. 3.) The styling of this site doesn't lend itself to efficiency and readability. The large heading-sized text is clunky and takes up way too much space. You could comfortably fit double the amount of scripts on-screen if we didn't have giant heading-sized script titles, and further problematic with an atypical font style that doesn't lend itself to fast reading. 4.) The grouping of the site is unintuitive -- "Beggar's Corner"? "The Toolbox"? "The Garage"? These are confusing names and don't give any information as to what they're for or lead to. It may seem cute, but users prefer quick, easy functionality over pretty, cutesy names and looks. Beggar's Corner would be much more useful as something like "Script Requests" or "Script Ideas" or "Script proposals". "The Garage" should denote that it's a forum, as something like "Forum", or "Technical Help", etc. "The Toolbox" should be named "Libraries". But you should also distinguish to users what the difference is between "Libraries" and ordinary scripts, such that it has its own section -- nevermind that there are only four entries there. 5.) Layout -- the current layout is a sin against layout. The site header/nav takes up 33% of the (vertical) page space! The navigation row takes up ~20%! This is an astronomical waste of space, particularly for a static header/nav bar, and when factored in with the massive amount of unused space on the sides. At the very least: the logo should be tucked up into the top-left corner, the buttons should be vastly cut down in size, and the navigation row should be put on the same row (and size) as the site logo. Look at GitHub, for example: https://github.com/ I'm guessing this is mostly done to pad out the space in lieu of only having a few scripts available. However, it does more damage to usability/readability than it helps conceal the few scripts available. Given what appears to be Userscripts final farewell, you'd do well to mimic their layout as similarly as possible in order to appeal to the masses of users who will be looking for a new home, and like basic human psychology would dictate, would prefer something closely resembling where they've resided for a number of years now. Currently, none of the alternative user-script sites are very appealing layout/usability/readability-wise, nor does any command a bulk share of the post-Userscripts treasure. If there's anything that'll drive someone elsewhere (besides abandonment + crickets), it'll be cumbersome design and unintuitive usability. Just a few suggestions for you.