In The Purpose Specific User Interface (February issue, CM Pros newsletter, Laurens van den Oever explores the need for “user-specific” authoring tool interfaces. He writes: “The tools most of us use on our computers are generic…The purpose-specific user interface takes a little extra development effort, but is easier to use than a word processor and produces better structured content than other solutions.”
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