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Designing for Windows 8

A session at Stir Trek: Darkness Edition

Friday 17th May, 2013

3:30pm to 4:30pm (EST)

Taking inspirational cues from Bauhaus design, International Typographic Style, and cinematography, the Windows 8 UI design style brings an application to life while presenting content clearly and beautifully. This session is intended to help developers and designers understand the design concepts and basic building blocks of the Windows 8 user interface. In this session, you will be introduced to the principles behind this design style and learn how to effectively apply these principles in your applications.

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Brent Schooley

Technical Evangelist @infragistics Author of Designing for Windows 8 (http://t.co/aG76oBc1) Also wrote this iPhone app (iCoconut) at http://t.co/laPEFACP bio from Twitter

Brent is a software developer who has been working with Microsoft technologies since 2004. His interests include client and mobile application development and user experience design with a recent emphasis on Windows 8 and Windows Phone. Other platforms he has worked with include WPF, Silverlight, Windows Forms, and iOS. He is an Evangelist working for Infragistics with a focus on mobile platforms. He has a passion for making people’s experiences with software the best that they can possibly be. Brent is the author of Designing for Windows 8, a Windows 8 design primer, available now from Apress. See http://bit.ly/designwin8 for details.

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When

Time 3:30pm4:30pm EST

Date Fri 17th May 2013

Where

Theater 14 - UX / Design Track, Marcus Crosswoods Theater

Short URL

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Official event site

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