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At Microsoft WebDay 2010 Conference, talking about User Experience and the usage of Expression Blend for "troubleshooting" and "enhancing" UX in Silverlight projects

At Microsoft WebDay 2010 Conference, talking about User Experience and the usage of Expression Blend for "troubleshooting" and "enhancing" UX in Silverlight projects

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UX Super Powers with Expression Blend (14 Out 2010) UX Super Powers with Expression Blend (14 Out 2010) Presentation Transcript

  • UX Super Powers with Expression Blend
    Ricardo Castelhano - Interactive Developer & Speaker
  • UX Super Powers with Expression Blend
    Ricardo Castelhano - Interactive Developer & Speaker
  • agenda
    part I
  • user experience
    product development process
    problems
    agenda I
  • ux
  • interaction design
    information architecture
    human-computer interaction
    human factors engineering
    usability
    user interface design
    user experience
  • user experience
  • product development process
  • product development process
    R&DTeam
    Sales
    Engineering
    Design
  • product development process
    sketching user experiences, Bill Buxton
  • problems
  • he doesn’t listen to me anymore
    problems I
    couple therapy ?
  • i don’t want to learn a new trick
    problems II
    Designer
    Developer
  • i don’t want to learn a new trick
    problems II
    Developer
    Designer
  • i want to know your thoughts
    problems III
  • i don’t want to bother
    problems IV
  • agenda
    part II
  • expression sketchflow or “how to get info from your client or users in a early phase”
    graphics & layout or “how to ‘code’ XAML for a non-developer”
    controls or “how to let a breath of a relief developer”
    view and viewmodels or “how to keep designer-creativity away from developer-creativity”
    data and resourcesor “wait not for the bus and maintain a constant design”
    animation and interactionor “how to teach users without teaching”
    agenda
  • expression sketchflow
    quick way to explore and iterate ui scenarios
    non-linear prototypes
    prototype with the right visual fidelity
    work with your client/users
    interactive prototypes with no code involved
    sample data sources for the right feeling
    keep the team updated
  • graphics & layout
    photoshop and illustrator file importing
    adobe fxg support
    The right control for the right job
    grid calendar richtextbox
    canvas checkbox
    stackpanel datapager
    scrollviewer button
    listbox textblock
    pathlistbox textbox viewbox
  • controls
    the good “old” developers controls
    pre-built funcionality
    visual state manager engine
    fully customizable visually
    build your own controls (usercontrols)
    parts & states model
  • views and viewmodels
    page / control / usercontrol
    visual layer (xaml)
    logical layer (code-behind)
    designer and developer’s sanity
    view is for visual layer
    viewmodel if for logical layer
    new behaviors
    conditional behaviors and the data store
  • data and resources
    design-time data sources
    design-time resources
    style resources
    resource dictionaries
    data binding
    easier element-to-element property binding
  • animation & interaction
    time-based timeline
    easing functions
    visual state manager engine
    reusable behaviors
    xaml cleanliness
  • Ricardo Castelhano
    Interactive Developer & Speaker
    Blog: ricardocastelhano.com
    Email: geral@ricardocastelhano.com
    Obrigado
    RicCastelhano