Brizy’s UI is Clean and Uncluttered
The first thing that you see when you load the Brizy editing screen is a gorgeous blank canvas. Right away after loading the editing interface for Brizy I knew that I was in for something special. I wasn’t dissapointed. The UI options are simply laid out and beautiful. It’s just about the best looking interface in a WordPress page builder that I’ve seen!
The Brizy interface is simply beautiful. (I know I keep saying this but it really is!) Using Brizy is also a treat. Elements drag smoothly from the panel. Brizy brags about using the high performing React.js library for their UI. That was a good choice.
Activating an element’s settings option brings up a well laid out panel that’s easy to navigate. From the options panel, you can find options to adjust everything from entrance animations to colors, add custom CSS and element IDs and a whole lot more.
A super useful addition to the UI that Brizy adds is displaying a row’s padding when hovering over it. Little touches like this that help the user save time are highly appreciated.
I did come across a minor problem when I added a the blog post element. The live editor showed the posts but instead of the post’s featured image and content, there was only a placeholder. I started over and repeated these steps but still couldn’t see the featured images.
The posts were displayed normally on the preview for the page. They’re just not visible in the live editor. This isn’t glitchy behavior. I discovered an article on the Brizy site that indicated that this unfortunately is the planned approach.