First of all I'll introduce myself a bit since this is my first post on the forum. I'm Niels and at the moment student industrial design at the tu/e, in the netherlands. The goal for me on the forum is get familiar with the raspberry pi and exploring the possibilities. Next to this I will try to contribute to the community as much as possible, this contribution will mainly be on a more creative conceptual level and some hardware electronics instead of contributing to the technical aspects of software programming (not my expertise yet). As you probably already noticed I'm a newby when it comes to programming, but have some experience in arduino and electronic hardware development.
To get to the point; for a project, I'm currently working at an adaptive system which will be integrated in a cars' interior. In order for the driver to interact with the system I need to develop a GUI, though I'm not sure what language is suitable and meets to my requirements. The system is influenced by making use of physical buttons/triggers using the pi's gpio and the GUI needs to react to specific scenarios. Thereby, I'm a student of industrial design thus aesthetic freedom(appreciation) is quite important for me.
Could somebody make a few suggestions about the most suitable languages and libraries to meet the requirements? Preferably not to hard to learn in a relatively short time.
Thanks in advance!