An alternative to QWERTY layout—and perhaps better than Dvorak
I was an early adopter of the Dvorak keyboard and in fact provided each of my children with a Smith-Corona manual portable typewriter with the true Dvorack layout (in which the “?” doesn’t require the use of a shift key). The Eldest took used it quite a bit and took it to college, where it revealed an additional advantage: no one was interested in borrowing her typewriter.
But O. J. Bucao has developed a new layout he thinks is superior not only to Qwerty and Dvorak, but also to Coleman (another alternative keyboard layout). Here’s the article and description.