- What type of object would you like to draw or design?
- A house or other building
- A machine built of numerous parts
- A single component
- A piece of furniture
- A vehicle
- What sort of design would you like?
- A two-dimensional drawing
- A three-dimensional model
- What would you like to do with this design?
- Create an image to publish or show others
- Create a detailed design to get manufactured
- Print a 3D model
- Do you want to...
- Start from scratch
- Import an existing 3D design
- Start with a floor plan?
When sufficient questions have been asked, the wizard would then advise (for example):
"Start with drawing the parts in the Sketcher workbench then complete the parts in the Part Design workbench, then use the A2plus workbench to put it all together (you'll need to install that workbench first)." That answer could be quite a bit more detailed, including linking to one or more tutorials relevant to what they want to do.
The wizard could even then hide all the workbenches and perhaps some tools that are not needed (hide them for that project, that is), to reduce confusion.
Yeah, I know, this takes effort and the programmers are volunteers and already busy fixing bugs or adding long-awaited featured, etc. etc., all of which are completely valid concerns, but it's just a suggestion if someone feels that it's a good enough idea for them to put the effort into.