I appreciate your enthusiasm, and welcome. Before any UI re-design would
be considered, we would require detailed written analysis of what the
goals are for such a re-design, what's "wrong" with the current design,
and what your qualifications are for making what are largely subjective
changes. While everyone has opinions on UI design, engineers are often
infamous for designing awful user interfaces. Please share with us what
sorts qualifications you possess that would qualify you to make UI
design changes to Sugar/Sugarizer.

Have you ever used Sugar for more than a few hours, or a day? If so,
which elements do you feel should be changed? If you have not used Sugar
extensively, I would argue that you likely lack sufficient experience to
propose such changes.

The Sugar/Sugarizer UI was primarily designed for children of a specific
age range. Almost all design decisions stem from that basic premise.
Have you considered this?

Alex Perez

MR. OPTIMIST wrote on 3/10/23 10:24 AM:
> Hello everyone !
>                  I am Anuj Verma from Maharashtra, India majoring in
> computer science and engineering.  I have worked in multiple projects
> and web applications including AI projects.
> I have checked the sugarizer, it's pretty good but I believe it's UI
> can be improved. Like we 
> can add links to words as well as icons, we can improve icons as well
> which is less user friendly(in my opinion).I have experience of
> working with many projects but have not worked on open source yet. I'm
> writing to seek further comments and be open to constructive feedback
> and criticism. Your response to this mail will be highly appreciated.

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