Over the years we’ve come to know a number of Windows enthusiasts, either frequent commenters or frequent contributors on Twitter, and it’s nice to see a “local boy make good.” This time, it’s Michael West, who frequently posts design concepts on Twitter, and is a vocal proponent of all things Microsoft and Windows, as well as a Microsoft MVP. He recently posted some renders of his “Fluid Desktop” design refinements, and now we want them, of course:
Weird thing that popped into my head earlier: a Surface Pro with thinner bezels and rounded screen corners with the floating taskbar concept also having rounded corners to match. pic.twitter.com/XBOYdXenDI
— Michael West Design (@MikeWestDesign) November 15, 2018
Anyway, Michael has taken to Twitter one more time to announce that he’s joining Microsoft as an intern, working on SwiftKey design (coincidentally, there was just a thread on Twitter yesterday about SwiftKey needing design help, so this looks to be just in time!):
— Michael West (@itsmichaelwest) November 23, 2018
We’re often impressed with the passion and talent of Windows enthusiasts, and always happy when it pays off. Congratulations, Michael, we can’t wait to see what comes next!