Adobe's design guru back from Microsoft

On Friday, Adobe's German public relations staff welcomed Hamburg back in a Twitter post, added Lightroom programmer Troy Gaul. Mark Hamburg had worked on Adobe Photoshop since version 2.0 in 1990 and then was instrumental in designing its photography-specific cousin, Lightroom, which sports a radically different user interface. Hamburg left Adobe for Microsoft in 2008 […]

On Friday, Adobe's German public relations staff welcomed Hamburg back in a Twitter post, added Lightroom programmer Troy Gaul. Mark Hamburg had worked on Adobe Photoshop since version 2.0 in 1990 and then was instrumental in designing its photography-specific cousin, Lightroom, which sports a radically different user interface. Hamburg left Adobe for Microsoft in 2008 to become a "distinguished engineer" leading work on improving operating system usability. He called the job an opportunity that "was a little too interesting to turn down" because he found the Windows' experience "really annoying."

Source:→ CNet