I like jumping around between Stack Exchange sites. I enjoy World Building, English, Physics, etc.
Sometimes I like to browse to see what other subjects there are.
It seems that I have to make unnecessary steps to do so.
WARNING - A little lighthearted sarcasm follows. No offense meant.
I'm on World Building, and I'd like to go to English Language & Usage
In the top left corner I see a link to Stack Exchange. It looks good. I click it.
I'm presented with a dialog box asking "Visit Stack Exchange", well duh. Why did you think I clicked that link?
I click the redundant box and now I'm presented with a selection of questions. I really don't want to see what random people are asking on random sites. I want to find my site.
I search around for what to do next. At last I spot All sites. Great!
I land on a very pretty looking page - excellent! The only trouble is, the boxes seem to be arranged in order of usage. I don't care what others are doing. In the least.
Sadly the boxes are in no useful order. Alphabetical would be nice. Maybe a simple table of equal boxes.
I use Ctrl + F to search for the subject I'm interested in. If I'm lucky I find it.
I click there - Uh oh. I have to click again to prove I meant it.
I finally arrive.
Now, if you find that boring to read then you will understand how boring I find it to actually do it.
Am I merely missing the fast lane?
If not, could something be done to streamline things?
Can we remove the unnecessary clickage?