Better UX for Project Creation
When creating new projects from a template or by importing existing data, the user experience is not conducive to the discoverability of these features or an easy understanding of the flow.
"Create from Template" and "Import Project" options are hidden behind tabs, which leads to two potential user experience issues:
- The user doesn't notice the tabs and doesn't consider these options before creating the new project. This problem is exaggerated by the fact that, once the project is created, it is no longer possible to apply a template or perform an import.
- The user may notice the tabs but may assume that they will still have a chance to apply a template or an import, given that the tabs pattern looks a lot like one that may "walk" the user from tab to tab before the project is finally created. Similar to an online checkout experience. See the example image below:
A new UX flow that offers all 4 project creation options as equal choices and forces a conscious decision on which "adventure" to choose.