I actually believe that MS is going in the right direction here, albeit possibly a little too enthusiastically (with regard to the almost complete removal of shadows for example ) . At least the glass effect and transparency as part of the window chrome was never a good idea in my mind.
xpclient, on 20 May 2012 - 14:20, said:
They should make Julie Larson Green in charge of PowerShell. Then PowerShell will become simplified, fast and fluid, beautiful, re-imagined, no compromise, harmonious, immersive and Metro style.
Any buzzwords I forgot?
Pretty sure you're missing an 'experience' somewhere in there...
GP007, on 20 May 2012 - 15:14, said:
LOL at the Fisher Price comments, welcome to 2002, XP called and it wants it's insult back.
Sadly, looking at the Metro start screen, the insult still applies a decade later.
Dot Matrix, on 20 May 2012 - 13:27, said:
That looks seriously uncomfortable in the one picture...:
In the words of Steven Sinofsky:
I'm never going to sit here and hold my arm straight out