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bass instructional software

Discussion in 'General Instruction [BG]' started by splinermann, Dec 9, 2004.


  1. splinermann

    splinermann

    Dec 9, 2004
    Hello guys.
    I am a software designer currently working on a bass instructional software. I would like to know what features would you like it to have.
    This will be a complete beginer to advanced method, so don´t be shy ask for anything you would like to see. as in lessons or in interface or content.
     
  2. Watch out with the UI. So many programs are abysmal in that regard, so it pays to be careful. The worst offender I've seen is 3ds Max, so you could use that as a negative example. A simple UI is especially important for the less computer literate, as many beginning bassists are. Get some people with little or no knowledge to test for you. There's an article on UI design up at UserInstinct.com. It's worth a read, since nothing turns me off a piece of software like a bad interface.

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