Riful Dec 3, 2013 @ 3:05pm
From a psychological point of view, i can definitely recommend this!
The color design of this program is amazing! Nothing gets our brains working as well and colors, and they're using all the right colors too. The most simulating colors from what i've heard is exactly green and yellow (the default color scheme of the editor), basically the colors of the sun and the grass. The green color should do a decent job at keeping you focused, and i odn't remember the exact purpose of yellow, but if i were to shoot a guess it's probably to keep you awake or "fresh".

It also has tools to help you organize yourself relying on colors, using colors to represent different characters for examples, colors are an excellent replacement for images for example if you don't have access to them.

Honestly, just looking at the program should be enough to keep you motivated to finish your work, this is nothing like writing things down in a word document or anything else that consist of only 2 colors (black & white).

Nevermind all the awesome features that game designers need, the color scheme alone is enough to massively boost your productivity (whether that was intentional or not, which is something i do wonder...)
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DYSEQTA Dec 9, 2013 @ 1:40pm 
Haha cool info. I know I like it and I like it's colour scheme, perhaps this is why :)
Nevigo | Kai Rosenkranz  [developer] Dec 10, 2013 @ 11:06am 
Hehe, thanks Riful.

Yes, color plays an important part in quickly identifying an object. That's why we're encouraging people to apply their own color-code. articy:draft displays object colors everywhere to reduce cognitive search times.

Despite the poor contrasts in some areas, the smooth color scheme of the application itself treats your eyes with care, especially when working with it for a long time. And if the color choice itself has a positive psychological effect, that's even better. ;)

Have a lovely Winter time!
-Kai
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