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John Donnelly from Dot Net Solutions and Ben Morris from TrickyBusiness present their views of the designer-developer workflow to the Silverlight UK User Group. ...

John Donnelly from Dot Net Solutions and Ben Morris from TrickyBusiness present their views of the designer-developer workflow to the Silverlight UK User Group.

Designer-Developer Interaction - Making it work with Scrum, MVVM, Visual Studio 2008 and Blend 3.

This presentation was given on 1st December 2009 at the EMC Consulting offices in London.

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    Designer-Developer Interaction Designer-Developer Interaction Presentation Transcript

    • Designer-Developer Interaction
      Making it work with Scrum, MVVM, Visual Studio 2008 and Blend 3
    • Agenda
      The Expression Message
      2. The good old days
      3. The integration challenge
      4. Platform Features
      5. Let get started
      6. Summary
    • Cracking Eggs
    • Section 2
      The good old days...
    • I’ll make it functional – could you just polish it a little?
    • Function over form
    • 3 reasons design is important
      First impressions count.
      How you make people feel is as important as what you make.
      Builds loyalty and familiarity with your brand.
    • Section 3
      The integration challenge
    • Taking apart a watch company
    • Section 4Platform featuresA language for tools
    • Platform featuresVisual tree and datacontext
    • Patternview - view model - model
    • Scrum
    • Section 5Sounds great... Lets do it!
    • Quick tour of the running app
    • Agreement on the timeline
    • Agreement on the roadmap
    • Choose elements with the right behaviour
    • Refine Privately
    • Integrate Early and Often
    • Finish Together
    • Section 6Summary
    • Resources
      http://microsoftpdc.com/Sessions/CL08
      PDC Presentation Custom Behaviours for Advanced Microsoft UI Effects
      http://expressionblend.codeplex.com
      Expression Blend Samples Installer
    • Questions