Canstock implemented a new contributor website a few months ago. My first reaction was annoyance at some removed capabilities around releases, but that's turned to fury at their sheer incompetence. Here's my problem:
I had a request from a model to remove her images. Never mind why; her reasons were personal and I decided to accede to her request. So I looked for an easy way to locate her images. I noted that the release page has a count of images tied to each release, but sadly no way to actually get to those images. So I did it the hard way, which in my case meant locating them manually among more than 400 pages of images. Okay, annoying but not a big deal.
Except it isn't so simple. First, the links to move among pages only permits moving to the next page or the one after, which gets old when you need to move ahead by more than 100 pages. And then I ran afoul of some major bug, where before I can get to the page I need, my page forward request freezes around the same place every time.
Bugs happen, but here's where poor design makes things infinitely worse. Old style web pages use URLs to navigate. That's good because they can use parameters within the URL to indicate where to go. If there's a parameter for page number (or image number for that matter), it's easy to edit the URL to move ahead an arbitrary number of pages. Shutterstock, Dreamstime and others do it that way and make navigation easy.
I put in a support request before the New Year. Still waiting for anything beyond an automated acknowledgement.