Refin e the interface
It’s time OS X didn’t resemble a bunch of visual styles competing for the spotlight
We imagine this is the one wish list entry we will see in some way, given that Yosemite feels much like OS X 10.0 once did – an extreme change that’s unfinished. It needs – and might get – refinement, such as more contrast and improved app icons. But there’s a specific change we’d appreciate: bring back old-style Finder labels. They were far more prominent (and so more useful) than Yosemite’s tiny tag circles that lurk at the end of filenames.