Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 7th Nov 2007 10:12 UTC, submitted by wakeupneo
Graphics, User Interfaces Adobe Systems wants to transform its flagship Photoshop software with an interface customized to the task at hand, a potentially radical revamp for software whose power today is hidden behind hundreds of menu options. A new user interface will help Photoshop become "everything you need, nothing you don't," said Photoshop product manager John Nack, describing aspirations for the Photoshop overhaul on his blog Monday. "We must make Photoshop dramatically more configurable," Nack said. "Presenting the same user experience to a photographer as we do to a radiologist, as to a Web designer, as to a prepress guy, is kind of absurd... With the power of customizability, we can present solutions via task-oriented workspaces," Nack said.
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RE[4]: Classic Mode
by prokoudine on Wed 7th Nov 2007 19:16 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Classic Mode"
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> I find the only people that bitch about the Ribbon UI are those that haven't used it.

Well, I was official MS Office 2007 beta-tester and I don't like Ribbon. What gives? ;)

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