In this video, I'm going to show you how to customise your ZBrush UI with a purpose.
Once you have organised the UI elements to your liking, make sure you store and save the UI and any other changes you have done. I'd also suggest you save the hotkeys and UI colours as separate files and that way you can mix and match settings in the future.
As a quick recap, here is what you should do once you are happy with your custom UI. Go to Preferences and click on Store Config, this option is so that every time that you open ZBrush, you get your custom UI (including UI colors).
Once you have store the configuration, make sure you also save the UI as its own file. This way you can always have a backup and even save it to the cloud so you can access it from anywhere ;)
Another important thing is to store the hotkeys (like the one you create for a custom palette) because these hotkeys won't save with the UI configuration. So after saving and storing the UI, make sure you also store your hotkeys to have them available every time you open ZBrush:
Finally, just like you did with the UI, you can also save the hotkeys files to your computer or the cloud to access them at any point.
NOTE: if you create custom macros or have other custom elements like materials, tool or brushes, I'd sugges you create a folder with all this files as a backup and save it somewhere in the cloud. This way you can hace access to your ZBrush confirguration all the time wherever you go.