Not only do we have content with commercial usability "experts" re-arranging both websites and applications at random to "help" their users (translated: cancelling years of accumulated knowledge on how the older interfaces worked & replacing them with newer interfaces that do the same thing... but in a different way, congratulation!)
... now even the relative safe haven of Libre Office are going full Gnome wars on us and re-arranging everything instead of making their software fast and stable.
Side rant: recently tried Word 6.0 from 1993 - it fits in at about 9MB before install and has full support for modern fonts (thanks TTFs), charts, pie-charts, tables, auto-spelling control, etc. and ran fine on Win7... what exactly has been improved over the last 24 years?! Embedding of huge scripting languages so that modern Office packages need constant security updates alongside with obscene random changes in the document structures to help us all understand the necessity of upgrading to the latest and greatest. Plus of course loads of "improvements" (i.e. pointless reshuffling) of the UI. Honestly. Something is not right with how software (OSS or otherwise) is being written these days.