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April 12, 2015 by musehick

I know I wrote somewhere about the enforced usage of the new WordPress backend, but I have to say, a couple of days in and it is growing on me. Why? Well, there is a simplicity and elegance to the design, that now I am looking at it, makes it seem that much more intuitive than the old format allowed for.

I am not a hunter of change, although I am an early adopter, and I do think that change for change’s sake is a great way to disguise a lack of real innovation. This though, seems different; it does seem to answer questions about formatting that a lot of writers using this platform may have been asking themselves, but never voiced. It is nice to have a company that cares enough to think of its users and to keep bettering itself in a way that improves its user’s experience, and their audiences.

I don’t know much about the guys behind WordPress – I am sure I could find out though, but you know what? They can’t be all that bad of they have invented something like this. Hats off to them.


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