Friday, April 20, 2012

Microsoft's Design Drive - Businessweek

An ominous excerpt from the second page of the article:
"Changing the perception of Microsoft as a fusty software company will take time. That’s as true of professional designers as it is of consumers. “Microsoft doesn’t have a big presence in the student brain around design,” says Bill Burnett, executive director of the Design Program at Stanford University. He calls Metro an example “of Microsoft getting it right,” but adds that his students still think “Microsoft is so their parents’ company. They don’t have any Microsoft products in their life.”"
Microsoft's Design Drive - Businessweek
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