Pickysaurus sent me here , saying:"If you are able to provide constructive feedback on what you feel could be improved, we're happy to hear it."Well, do you want my opinion? I think the very first thing that catches your eye is the site search engine . To be honest, how it works, it raises big doubts about its usefulness. In my opinion, the Google search engine is doing much better, and it finds the material that is not able to find your site on its own. And yes, I'm only talking about the Nexus site .I believe that a person who is not familiar with technical sites and forums that are solely for reporting bugs will never figure out how to navigate your site on their own. The interface is not intuitive, confusing, and easy to get lost in.Here's an example:You go to the page of the mod, which can supposedly be useful to you. What do you want to see in front of you first?1) A short but clear description of the mod.2) You immediately want to see what's in place, on the same page you can download it.3) If suddenly, you need a full description of the characteristics of the mod, you would also like to be able to expand / collapse it.All this together, should be on the same page, not scattered over different tabs. For some, this may not be obvious, or it may not be convenient.In particular, please note that some modders may post a video that introduces your mod, showing its capabilities, how it works. The video shouldn't be hidden somewhere in the tabs, it's the face of your mod.Now let's go back a little . Let's take a look at the face of your site as a whole. Does anyone see the File Directory ? Me not. I would like to see a complete and structured site tree in front of me, so that I can see not only the games themselves, but also their sections. So that you can freely and simply navigate the site. And when you go somewhere, you always have the opportunity to return to the main page. Yes, I know, you can just click on your brand icon on the top left, but I don't think this is at all obvious.
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I will agree with you that the site search is lacking, it's something we're working on, but we obviously have an enormous database so designing an effective and scalable search is a challenge.
Without sounding condescending, perhaps the reason you have problems navigating the site is because it's in English? I'd imagine machine translations Russian => English are as hit and miss and the reverse.
You can actually download the main mod file from the description page with the download button on the right above the images. However, there's definitely value in the users reading the description of the file they're about to download. A lot of mods (even for Bethesda titles) aren't "plug and play" and require the information provided by the author to prevent missteps.
Regarding the home screen. We've got some new designs in the works, but I would still say for most users, they'll want to chose the game(s) they are interested in before seeing the mods. Which is why the games list has priority. Nexus Mods isn't just a "File directory" remember, we're a modding community
Regarding navigation, clicking the brand logo to return to the home page has been a fairly standard web practice for many years (at least on the site I've visited), is that not the case in your experience?