Many times in production, developers are focused on creating tools, not user interfaces. The role of UX/UI Designer is something that is relatively unheard of in production. This leaves a void in the production pipeline requiring a bridge to connect developers and artists.
The Script Manager at its core is designed to be this bridge, allowing developers and artist get back to doing what they do best. It does this, by first allowing the developer to easily manage and store all of their tools/scripts in one central location. After a tool has been developed, the developer can easily assign this tool to a hotkey, or create an interface for the artists through drag/drop operations.
These interfaces are designed to utilize muscle memory, allowing artist to easily access tools without having to root around in different menus looking for a button. By providing users with muscle memory based interfaces, the Script Manager will drastically reduce the amount of time it takes users to actuate a command, allowing them to focus on what is most important to them, and easily enter the zone.
Disclaimer: This is my own personal project and does not reflect the work of my current employer (Foundry)