[Bf-funboard] UI talk + session at bconf

Karl Kühberger karl.kuehberger at gmail.com
Wed Sep 25 17:17:08 CEST 2013

Democratic design doesn't work, ok!
My intention was not about making elections
pro or contra a certain UI idea ;-)
But to find out what kind of UI is popular among the users is not the same.
A popular UI could also mean, that it feels comfortable for most of the
Blender has many good ideas in his UI, some are quite unique, but
many users don't feel comfortable and complain about some odd workflows.
Developers have a different view to this topic and sometimes it leads to
non-intuitive solutions.

If this bf-funboard is adequate to find out the best solution for the
future Blender UI, then it's of course great!

2013/9/25 Jason van Gumster <jason at handturkeystudios.com>

> Karl Kühberger <karl.kuehberger at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Maybe we should make a forum for all the UI topics. A place, where
> > all users (and of course developers) could make proposals for the UI of
> > Blender 3.0.
> That was the original intent of this mailing list (funboard = functionality
> board).
> There's already an over abundance of user input... here and all over the
> internet. A "collection" repo is not really needed in my opinion.
> Furthermore,
> if I may be so bold, there are very few things that are suitable for being
> designed by popularity... a user interface is not one of them.
> Let's see how things shake out at Blender Conference and see about the
> formation of a small UI team after that to address some of the outstanding
> issues in Blender's UI.
>   -Jason
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