Drupal Needs HIG

Just read Kristjan Jansen's blog: [Drupal UI challenges: my pre-Drupalcon rant](http://kika.trip.ee/node/364). I can claim this is the best Drupal-Usability article I ever read. If you are either Drupal user or usability apprentice, this one is a-must-read. Kristjan quickly goes through the root of Drupal usability messy: > We need "Drupal UI Police" what provides law and order in this rebel countryside. We need a good Drupal __Human Interface Guide__ It's damn true. GNOME faced this problem long time ago. Then [GNOME HIG](http://library.gnome.org/devel/hig-book/stable/) was introduced in GNOME 2.something (2.2 or 2.4?). Now GNOME is one of usability-wise desktop environment. Simplicity and consistency over the place. Do I mention the usability inferno in *cough* KDE *cough*? When the project is large enough, there must be time to shift the hand-crafted interface to industrial process. Now Drupal reaches that point.