I have a lot of ideas to "improve" (in my opinion; I know it's highly subjective) the UI of the profile pages on Keyoxide web.
Knowing this is probably highly controversial – and without wanting to make any criticism of the current design and the work that I know has gone into it – my preference would be a radical overhaul, resulting in something much more like @wiktor's profile page on his site, or (I'll stick with the same user for all examples) the profile section of a Keybase page, rather than the current Keyoxide design.
To be more specific, some of the features that I prefer on the examples I cited are:
- more concise/compact listing of identities, in a format common to many profile lists, vs the highly spaced-out listing on keyoxide-web
- profile links and proof links are directly visible and (importantly) clickable without needing to expand to show more details (it's not actually clear you can even expand these on keyoxide, until you click and try it)
- icons of linked sites (probably controversial, but better UX in my opinion)
The same list of identities that takes half my screen on Wiktor's site and far less still on Keybase, takes nearly two full screens on Keyoxide – while actually showing less information, until each identity is clicked.
Again, I don't know how attached @yarmo or anyone else is to the current UI, so apologies if I'm stepping on anyone's toes 😀