User Experience based on Knowledge level
The introduction and tutorials on Dreams are generally geared towards younger gamers and first time designers. Many experienced game designers new to Dreams complain that the user experience feels condescending towards them.
A simple prompt could be shown to each player the first time users play, allowing them to choose a category or knowledge level, for example: Beginner (no experience), Intermediate (some experience), Advanced (a lot of experience). Advanced levels would get a more "fast-tracked" approach to learning than is offered to lower levels. You could also have an "Artist" category for people who's primary interest is in art.
In short, adding categories for different kinds of players and tailoring their experiences accordingly would lead to a better overall experience for everyone.
I like it@Badboylee001. lol No Dreamer should be left behind because they all have a talent or one waiting to be discovered.
Dang, I'm over here like, "Slow down!!! I'm falling off the wagon!" lol!! That would be a cool idea though. It would elevate the process for those who are skilled and dumb it down for people like me :)
Crash courses would be excellent. If they added a master class in for each area including curation, it would benefit the community and give new dreamers a better chance at pursuing their dreams faster. It could result in a better user experience and possibly give more insight into what it is to be a dreamer at their craft.
For now though, we have a wonderfully helpful YT community and great MM streams to draw from. Some of them quite capable of teaching a crash course. though i really don't think this has been done for each area of knowledge collectively at least. I do hope MM and the community consider your feedback, it could really improve the initial response.
these are good ideas to consider, it does need some fine tuning but, I also feel in many respects they've already done this to a degree. Beginner intermediate, advanced and master class tutorials already exist and they are broken into different areas of knowledge like logic audio animation.
It may not be perfect but I think it offered a fair intro which could include all ages though you're right it could be better refined and I do hope they continue to work the tutorial aspect.
its important beginners at any level have a positive time learning.
Maybe throw the more experienced users a John Beech masterclass MM? :)