The UI team's goal is to continuously improve the user interface, with a focus on workflow simplicity of use for artists.
To keep it all manageable and to avoid people sinking time into discussions that do not lead to actual implementation in Blender, we will follow a strict process.
This is the list of designs currently being worked on by the UI team, and which are expected to be implement in the near term. In design tasks developers and UI designers can do focused design work and approve a final version, after which a developer can choose to implement it.
These design tasks can only be created by developers that will implement a change, and by the Core UI team members listed below. Their feasibility to be implemented and final design decisions will be made by @Pablo Vazquez (venomgfx) and @Jonathan Williamson (carter2422). If design tasks created by Core UI team members turn out too big to be implemented in the next few months, they will be moved to the wiki.
Everyone is invited to participate in the discussion of existing design tasks, propose solutions and of course implement them.
This is the place where all other designs and proposals can be posted. These can be small or big topics. The UI team will themselves create proposals there and keep an eye on proposals posted on this page, and turn them into design tasks when developer time is available to implement them.
There is a small number of guidelines that any UI design in Blender should follow. More should be added in future.
Core UI Team
Module Owners: @Pablo Vazquez (venomgfx) @Jonathan Williamson (carter2422)
Developers: @Ton Roosendaal (ton) @Julian Eisel (Severin) @Brecht Van Lommel (brecht) @Campbell Barton (campbellbarton)
UI Designers: @Paweł Łyczkowski (plyczkowski) @Sebastian Koenig (sebastian_k) @Mike Pan (mpan3) @Daniel Lara (Pepeland) (pepeland)
We are especially looking for more developers to join the team.