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Clement Mok, Victor Zaud and Susan Kare, interactivity designers, were contracted to accomplish the development of Net Objects Fusion and to design its interface.

After the first use of a pre-release version in 1996, photojournalist Rick Smolan said: "Net Objects was the only tool that would enable a team of the world’s top picture editors and writers to become instant Web page designers.

NOF comes with a graphical user interface similar to desktop publishing applications like Pagemaker (now In Design).

The user has pixel-level control on a WYSIWYG page layout.

The user operates with a draw-based layout editor very similar to Desktop publishing (DTP) or Computer-Aided Design (CAD) software.