Quinn is right
I've had to deal with IBM as a partner for five years, from 2012 to 2017, and I had no trouble recognizing the IBM Way of presenting information - meaning in the least useful and intuitive way possible. The choices made are inconsistent and basically tailor-made to drive you mad. Of course, I was dealing with their Partner Portal, something I still have to do from time to time.
I see that IBM has remained steadfast in dealing with the future with the same incomprehensible approach it always has had. Well, that's $30+ billion for RedHat down the drain. I do not know if IBM will ever, ever realize what usability is, but it sure has a way of putting new acquisitions into the cookie mold to ensure that all newcomers come out formatted to the IBM model - the one that made them successful from the 30s to the 90s. Shame that they stayed in the last millennium.