On this week’s show hosts Jeremy Chapman and Michael Atalla look at the array of Office experiences across platforms – including the recently released Office for iPad and OneNote for Mac. Watch as they discuss the core tenants for designing great experiences for screens of all sizes – ranging from the 82″ Perceptive Pixel display all the way down to a 1.5″ Android smart watch.
Last fall, we brought Guy Gilbert and Steve Chew on the show to take a look at all of the Office experiences across Windows Phone, Windows, iOS and Android. We even demonstrated how users with devices of all types can collaborate and work together on the devices they wanted. Beyond that, we put Office VP, John Case, in a rally car with Bucky Lasek to test if he could help navigate the DirtFish rally course using a single Office 365-stored document with pace notes using an Android phone, an iPhone and a Windows Phone.
This week we show how Office has broadened cross-platform productivity coverage even further with the recent releases of OneNote for Mac and Office for iPad. Recent updates to Office Online, OneNote and OWA for Devices are great examples of how even the existing tools keep getting better. But of course it doesn’t stop there and at the Microsoft Exchange Conference this week in Austin, we showed the upcoming OWA for Android.
On the show Michael explains how modern experiences, designing for screens of all sizes and rich applications are core to Office. It wouldn’t be complete without a lot of demos, so we show Office for iPad, Office Online, OneNote for Mac and even a couple of surprises along the way. You’ll have to watch the show to see how everything in action.
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About the Garage Series hosts
By day, Jeremy Chapman works at Microsoft, responsible for optimizing the future of Office client and service delivery as the senior deployment lead. Jeremy’s background in application compatibility, building deployment automation tools and infrastructure reference architectures has been fundamental to the prioritization of new Office enterprise features such as the latest Click-to-Run install. By night, he is a car modding fanatic and serial linguist. Michael Atalla has spent the last 20 years working on technology from mainframes to desktops, from networks to services and software to devices. When not working on Office, he’s an avid grill sergeant, runner and swimmer.