Thursday, June 09, 2011

Three Screens: Celebrating Microsoft's Cohesive New User Experience Strategy [Supersite for Windows]

Concluding paragraphs from a Paul Thurrott perspective post; for an update on the (consumer) cloud part of the “three screens and a cloud” Microsoft strategy, see “Don’t wait for your cloud – use Hotmail and SkyDrive today on your PC, Mac, or Phone

When I saw first Windows Phone over a year, I knew I was looking at the future. I just thought that Microsoft didn't see it. I thought that Microsoft was squandering what I saw as one of its biggest advantages.

But now we have come to understand that there is a strategy underlying it all. That Microsoft intends to consolidate different products, all based on different technological backends, around a single UI. And suddenly it all makes sense.

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Three different products, one cohesive user experience: Suddenly, Microsoft has a strategy that makes sense.

Three Screens: Celebrating Microsoft's Cohesive New User Experience Strategy

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