Re: Probably losing a lot of out-sourced graphic design shops
Ahh... a kindred spirit. I'm not sure if you've had a chance to take a look at the DVD release of Finding Dory at some point , but the first things I noted were:
1.) Wow! I haven't seen something new that is this intuitive, pleasing on the eye, and easy to read for a decade or more. (Yes, flat monochrome dark icons on a dark background with dark text in a trendy font, I'm looking squarely at you. Ditto for light text on white background with monochrome light grey icons.)
2.) Why aren't all DVDs like this?
3.) You know, the overall design reminds me of Windows 2000/XP. With some of the advertising from the '60s thrown in.
4.) Oh, right, there used to be actual design standards. From people that made a living at this and thought about how to convey information in a useful but still eye catching manner.
5.) Where did Disney dig up this kind of UX person in today's day and age? They still exist?
Icon 'cause it's about the opposite of your Instagram star.
 Since Disney appears to have released not only the interface I'm referring to, but another one that's every bit the obnoxious hard-to-use typical DVD experience, here's a direct link to some screenshots:
Just seeing a readable font in reversal isn't all that common any more.