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Julian Murfitt
The 2017 relasee of Adobe FrameMaker offers a number of exciting new features, which can now provide authors with the components of an across the board solution for authoring and publishing technical content to mobile, web, desktop, and print platforms.
—Julian Murfitt, CEO, Mekon Ltd.
Amit Siddhartha
Positively, the new features and enhancements will speed up the workflow and authoring experience. Adobe has improvised the FrameMaker 2017 a lot in terms of user-experience and with simplified user-interface, user has more control.
—Amit Siddhartha, CEO, Metapercept Technology Services
Wiebe van den Berg
If you are looking for a good tool with an efficient and user-friendly interface to create content and to publish to web or print, there’s no need to look further. FrameMaker 2017 has it all.
—Wiebe van den Berg, Software Engineer, Sabern B.V.
Bjørn Smalbro
“The new Project Manager in Adobe FrameMaker (2017 release) is a great feature! Technical documents often hold enormous amounts of pictures, drawings, Excel sheets and so forth, and being able to keep track of the entire catalog of resources is very helpful.” 
—Bjørn Smalbro, Director, FrameMaker.dk
Matt Sullivan
“The 2017 release of Adobe FrameMaker offers far and away the most significant updates to the user interface. My students are going to love the new features and the improvements to the user experience.”
—Matt Sullivan, FrameMaker Certified Instructor, techcommtools.com
Thomas M. Aldous
“In addition to the user interface enhancements in the 2017 release of Adobe FrameMaker, the new project manager feature is quite powerful and makes me much more productive. The most compelling updates though are to the workflows. Instead of 3 or 4 or 5 clicks, I can now get the job done in just 1 or 2 clicks!”
—Thomas M. Aldous, Founder, The Content Era
Tom Johnson
“Adobe FrameMaker has a new release (called Adobe FrameMaker 2017) that has a ton of improvements toward simplicity and usability. Some of the new features include new responsive HTML5 layouts, auto-complete search, more intuitive menus for authors, and more. Tools like FrameMaker that allow you to focus on content (instead of worrying about creating your own search, site design, pdf output, navigation menu, and more) provide a huge win for both technical writers and companies. The company's documentation tends to be what matters most to both users and product owners.” 
—Tom Johnson, Technical Writer, Amazon Lab126
Jacquie Samuels
"FrameMaker is making it easier and easier to publishing to HTML from DITA and they’re now including automatic content filtering based on your DITA attribute values."
—Jacquie Samuels, Owner, Writing Wise
Tassos Anastasiou
“The new menus interface in Adobe FrameMaker (2017 release) enhances the user experience by organizing menus and commands in a more logical and intuitive way and making the interface more compact and easier to navigate. The addition of the Command Search functionality greatly improves productivity by making it a lot easier for users to find commands and associated keyboard shortcuts.”
—Tassos Anastasiou, Owner, TAC
Bernard Aschwanden
“Adobe FrameMaker (2017 release) totally changes the way DITA is delivered as HTML5. Using the Dynamic Content Filter I can deliver content for multiple products and let my customers decide what to see. One package of output that can be filtered by categories such as 'product' or 'platform' means my clients can deliver all the information they need, on any device, and allow their users to pick and choose what to read. One demo of this feature and people will be sold on FrameMaker for DITA publishing. It really is that impressive!”
—Bernard Aschwanden, Founder and President, Publishing Smarter
Dieter Gust
“The 2017 release of Adobe FrameMaker is the only solution in market which covers all major needs out-of-the box in editing and publishing for any device in any language based on XML technology or on classic DTP technology.”
—Dieter Gust, Member of the Supervisory Board, Director of Research & Development, itl
Wim Hooghwinkel
"The best addition in the 2017 release of Adobe FrameMaker is the reorganized menus. Users will find their productivity greatly enhanced. For example, with the 'insert' menu, adding images and other objects is now easy, intuitive, and understandable."
—Wim Hooghwinkel, Owner/CEO of iDTP
Bjørn Smalbro
“The better customization of output to HTML5 in the 2017 release of Adobe FrameMaker is great. It makes adapting a product to the design specifications of a customer’s website so much easier. Really nice!”
—Bjørn Smalbro, Director, FrameMaker.dk
Bernard Aschwanden
“While most people don't think of a re-organized menu as being a big deal, it makes a world of difference to new users to have a logical way to find information. Adobe FrameMaker (2017 release) takes the years of development Adobe has done and finally consolidates the menus, reworks the categories, and adds the ability to press F7 almost anywhere and simply type in a command. The contextual options become one of the only ways I open up and work with FrameMaker. Productivity increases and it just feels right to work in this fashion.”
—Bernard Aschwanden, Founder and President, Publishing Smarter
Ben Slone
“The 2017 release of Adobe FrameMaker continues to be the premier application for quality, content rich, publishing. The new enhancements only make it that much better for any type of information presentation whether it be to paper or a
mobile device and everything in between. Nothing comes close to FrameMaker’s solid performance for meticulous generation and dissemination of information.”

—Ben Slone, President & CEO, Finite Matters Ltd.
Bernard Aschwanden
“My new laptop is an ultra-high-definition device and I routinely work with external monitors. The support that has been added for this type of a display in Adobe FrameMaker 2017 means that I can see what I am working with, regardless of the device I use. Moving from one monitor to the other used to mean resetting my display in the 2017 release of Adobe FrameMaker. Now, I just open my files and do my work. Dialogs, menus, even onscreen content seems to fit just the way I expect it to, and I don't have to mess with monitor settings anymore.”
—Bernard Aschwanden, Founder and President, Publishing Smarter
Tassos Anastasiou
“The new Project Manager functionality is the greatest improvement in the 2017 release of Adobe FrameMaker. It allows users to organize and view all their resources (files, images, etc.) used in their documents and provides a quick, logical and intuitive way for easily finding and using them in their FrameMaker documents. The drag and drop ability allows a user to quickly reorganize and manage their resources as new files become available or when the project requirements change.”
—Tassos Anastasiou, Owner, TAC
Bernard Aschwanden
“Connectivity with the Adobe Experience Manager CCMS means that DITA content can be shared with both marketing communications and technical communications teams. The 2017 release of Adobe FrameMaker, and the connection between tools and technologies, enables people and business to do more in less time with greater quality. It's a win-win-win situation for employees, businesses, and customers to get the right information, at the right time, and in the right format. Everyone works together for a consistent user experience.”
—Bernard Aschwanden, Founder and President, Publishing Smarter
Bernard Aschwanden
“The new DITA templates in Adobe FrameMaker (2017 release) have done the trick when it comes to synchronizing the DITA 1.2 and the DITA 1.3 experience. I can open files, update the look and feel quickly, and, as an author, get a guided workspace making it far simpler to create content than in the past. Adobe has definitely stepped things up with FrameMaker 2017.”
—Bernard Aschwanden, Founder and President, Publishing Smarter
Thomas M. Aldous
“The 2017 release of Adobe FrameMaker includes major enhancements on the HTML5 publishing side. With Basic HTML5 output, not only can I publish HTML5 output that is customizable, but I can easily share my content to any device.” 
—Thomas M. Aldous, Founder, The Content Era
Dieter Gust
“The new responsive HTML5 output enhancements in the 2017 release of Adobe FrameMaker, especially search autocomplete, are state of the art. FrameMaker is a future-ready solution, best prepared for the smooth paradigm change from book to topic oriented publishing.”
—Dieter Gust, Member of the Supervisory Board, Director of Research & Development, itl

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