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Escaping Flatland in Application Design: Rich User Experiences
 

Escaping Flatland in Application Design: Rich User Experiences

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Learn how technology and rich application design can not only enhance seemingly ordinary interactions but also engage users like never before. We showcase examples of how to create more compelling ...

Learn how technology and rich application design can not only enhance seemingly ordinary interactions but also engage users like never before. We showcase examples of how to create more compelling user experiences on the Web and desktop. To top it off, we walk through building a highly interactive application making use of these principles.

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