Orbit allows a user mixing in a surround sound format to rotate the image of their mix or of a surround sound bed. The multichannel audio component of the mix that is. By doing that they can hear it from different perspectives and angles using the large rotation knob at the top.
This is my unsolicited redesign of the Ableton Live. I did this to showcase my design skills to the guys from Ableton, where I would love to work as a designer.
Let me introduce myself. My name is Nenad and I’m interaction and interface designer. In addition, I have more than twenty years of experience in making and producing electronic music.
The idea here was to collect the information about what Live users thought needs improvement. Construct a Hypothesis. Research it some more. Redesign it using my design intuition and skills. Test it to verify everything is going in the…
I’m about to redesign and enhance the user interface of the Ableton Live with its users in mind. By interviewing you as a professional Ableton Live user, my design decisions would be well educated. I’m doing this to help me get a job at Ableton, and this is the best way IMO to showcase my design skills.
So if you’re willing to help me, this shouldn’t take more than 5 minutes: https://goo.gl/forms/806wJyPwlgyzaQS32
Thanks in advance,
EDIT: Great conversation about Ableton’s UI here on reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/ableton/comments/663fx8/ableton_live_user_interface_survey/
EDIT 2: Another thread on facebook about Live’s user interface: https://www.facebook.com/groups/abelton.live/permalink/10155203659749659/ and also here https://www.facebook.com/groups/ABLETONADDICTS/permalink/1319440044776815/
My name is Nenad Milosevic and I’m t-shaped designer focused on product, visual, and UI design. Read more about me.