Looks a lot like GOG Galaxy. Which I don't mind, it's a simple intuitive design. Though I've never disliked Origin for its design, the current one works fine for me. The thing I dislike the most about Origin is how frequently games just refuse to start. Trying tons of troubleshoots won't work, but then one day it'll miraculously work.
I'm not a heavy Origin user but I already have something like 50+ games in my library due to bundles, freebies and sales. Currently you can not change the size of the tiles, so navigating through my library is actually worse (only slightly though) than before.
Origin isn't even bad nowadays you guys. They give you free games and DLC on the regular with their "On the House" program, they have a better refund policy than Steam, pretty excellent customer service, and Origin Access's free game library is actually pretty great (BF4 + all DLC!).
I'm glad they are updating this now, because I'm going to be using Origin a lot when Battlefield 1 comes out.
The Steam client might not be a looker, but it has a large number of features that all competing systems are currently missing. It's also basically two clients at this point, for distinct use cases - the BPM client and the desktop client.
Origin and Uplay have both been getting pretty nice, I've never understood the hate. I always like loading them up and how it's easier on the eyes than Steam.
True that steam skins make it look nicer but it doesn't stop all the bugginess and crashing I get especially with steam controller stuff and VR my issues have gotten more frequent.
Obviously these don't even have those functionalities but I still like them for what they are. My friend refuses to buy Battlefield 1 because he's a complete steam fanboy and that's what really bothers me.