As a Roblox user, it is currently too hard to …
Easily identify Roblox administrators and staff members on their user profiles.
Lets take a glance at the profiles of some administrators. Please note that I’m not calling them out, but using them as an example of how it’s hard to distinguish them from regular users
The provided screenshots are the first thing you see when visiting each accounts’ profile. In order to check if they’re actually an administrator or not, you have to scroll down and sift through their groups to see if they actually belong to the official admin group or not. If you don’t want to do this then there’s nothing signifying that they’re not just a regular user edit: other than the ‘Administrator’ badge which is currently hidden as of April 16th along with all other profile badges - and you still have to scroll down to the bottom of the page to see this.
Not only is this inconvenient but it’s bad UX. Roblox should be displaying their employee status as one of the first things you see when visiting those account profiles, to ensure users right away that they’re looking at the profile of an official Roblox admin/staff member.
Here’s a mockup of what I personally would like to see on an admin’s profile.
(note: I’m unsure of what this individual’s real job title is, “Engineer” is a placeholder)
We see their username, their job title and/or department, and then a special icon for them that lets the viewer know that, at the very least, this isn’t just a regular user.
If this issue is addressed, it would improve user experience because …
It will be easier for users to identify who’s an official Roblox admin/staff member, which provides several benefits in terms of preventing admin impersonation & associated scamming techniques, along with possibly getting to know a little more about the employee in terms of what they do for the company.