Do you want to completely change the Linux Desktop environment forever?
Help me and other 3 developers build Akira, the first and only Native Vector Graphic Tool for UX Designers.
Regain your independence from proprietary apps, help us make Akira happen!
I'm not a UX designer, so excuse me if I make funny questions.
What exactly is this application intended to be used? What is missing on the current options (like the GUI builders for GTK/QT)?
What about the licencing? Which kind of license do you intend to put the new code on?
It's all on GitHub under GPL v3.
Don't apologize for your questions, and thanks for your interest.
Akira is a vector design tool for mobile and web UI and UX visual prototyping. It doesn't generate any code as it's purely visual and it's targeted for web designers.
Commercial products similar to Akira are Sketch, Figma, Adobe XD, or Affinity Designer
The difference is a drastically different workflow. It's hard to explain if you've never used something like Sketch or Adobe XD, but the interface is totally different from what we have right now on Linux.
Creating graphics is faster, no friction points, and and interface that you don't need to learn how to use, it just comes naturally.
Also, we want to offer a lighter code base and overall a faster app with a modern approach.
@alecaddd Is this an alternative/replacement to GTK?
Server run by the main developers of the project It is not focused on any particular niche interest - everyone is welcome as long as you follow our code of conduct!