It is, of course, open for discussion whether or not you think that purple is a pleasant color or whether the combination of purple and green is appealing. But however you feel about Odoo’s color scheme, anyone who has ever worked with Odoo or seen it has noticed the system’s intuitiveness and how quickly you can find your way around it.
The secret of Odoo’s intuitiveness
Odoo is an ERP system. ERP systems are designed to map complicated processes for planning and analytic purposes. Essentially, complexity and intuitiveness have the same contrary relationship as security and user-friendliness. As soon as you start working with the software, you will quickly realize that even Odoo cannot change much about this basic fact. The devil lies in the details, after all, and in Odoo, there are some hidden fields and interdependencies you need to know. However, if you compare Odoo to the many other systems, the software designers have ensured that there is only a consistent minimum of fields and functions. And it is precisely this minimalism that makes the Odoo interfaces neat and easily manageable, supporting the impression of a straightforward and intuitive system.