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Microsoft's Jensen Harris did awrote an very goodextensive series of blog posts about the MS Office 2007 UI design as it evolved, which went into a great deal of detail about (what was then) the radical new ribbon design, why they kept what they kept, and why they changed what they changed.

Obviously a little dated now, but well worth a read.

Microsoft's Jensen Harris did a very good series of blog posts about the MS Office 2007 UI design as it evolved, which went into a great deal of detail about (what was then) the radical new ribbon design, why they kept what they kept, and changed what they changed.

Obviously a little dated now, but well worth a read.

Microsoft's Jensen Harris wrote an extensive series of blog posts about the MS Office 2007 UI design as it evolved, which went into a great deal of detail about (what was then) the radical new ribbon design, why they kept what they kept, and why they changed what they changed.

Obviously a little dated now, but well worth a read.

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Microsoft's Jensen Harris did a very good series of blog posts about the MS Office 2007 UI design as it evolved, which went into a great deal of detail about (what was then) the radical new ribbon design, why they kept what they kept, and changed what they changed.

Obviously a little dated now, but well worth a read.