Posted: Fri Aug 10, 2007 9:57 pm
I guess, they all are creating brochures, movies, samples, models and all that marketing stuff.joeri wrote: What are you hundreds of designers doing?
Especially if the interface is a little bit "unnatural" - please excuse this comparison, but a colleague said:joeri wrote: Re-educating hundreds of designers is going to be very very expensive.
"Sabrina, you were so enthusiastic about Blender, so I downloaded it. After clicking around for a while I must say: This application looks like a tool for programmers, who like to fiddle around. The usage of Blender versus Cinhema4D is like a text console versus a windows based operating system. I am sorry, but I guess you won't find many supports at the marketing department. Big companies like us usually have demands and regularies for applications. And one must is, that applications should follow some common usage guidelines like menues, copy&paste between applications and stuff like that. The more an application behaves like professional standards, the more supporters you can find for a switch."