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Dude Believes iOS 7 Was Created in Microsoft Word, Proves It on Video [WATCH]

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Was iOS 7 created in Microsoft Word? YouTube user Vaclav Krejci from the Czech Republic believes so and he has a video to prove it (he actually has lots of others too). His sped up screencast below seeming proves in his mind iOS 7 was designed in Microsoft Word because he was able to expertly reproduce it. It’s pretty fun and crazy to watch, check it out below:

Was iOS 7 created in Microsoft Word? Probably not. Most likely it was Mario Paint instead.

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  • Andre

    Don’t be silly – since Microsoft removed the menus and replaced them with the ribbon, it’s next to impossible to do anything other than write plain text in Word now.

  • Ryan

    I think his video kind of proves that it wasn’t, but you can create a very close copy using Word.

  • Dude is an artist, I say.

  • FAFA

    OH DAT SKILLZ!

  • crosseyed_mofo

    man i cant even move a picture up with a mouse in word without wanting to throw my entire rig into oncomming traffic

  • jabohn

    Dude, where’s my iOS?

  • Al

    Why is the word “graphics” missing? … “iOS7 Graphics” – not iOS7.

  • Marge

    wow… this guys is genius… very talented, he should either get hired by Microsoft or Apple.. lol

  • If he gets hired, Clippy will put crosshairs on his back.

  • thebruce0

    Right, a number of the icons are *similar* to those used, but not matches. I think the video demonstrates the minimalistic design philosophy, more than “they used Microsoft Word”.

  • Farids

    Jesus!!! I don’t think even the designer of MS-Word knew his design could do what this guy is making it do!!!!! He’s practically making the program dance, and perform like Photoshop! Microsoft would be stupid not to hire this guy!

  • Sandy Andrew Balde Baldwin

    I thought it was April 1st for a second. As any graphic design professional already knows, most of the worlds graphics are created with either Adobe Illustrator or Adobe Photoshop or a combination of both.

  • Sandy Andrew Balde Baldwin

    It kind of reminds me of an episode of The Apprentice in the first or second season. The two teams had to make a 30 second commercial for a new Microsoft product with a professional crew. Then in the edit suites they were using Final Cut Pro. Just about killed my self laughing.

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