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I have uploaded a series of Designing presentations on slideshare that will take you and explain the designing details of the Metro Style apps and what designs should be followed. …

I have uploaded a series of Designing presentations on slideshare that will take you and explain the designing details of the Metro Style apps and what designs should be followed.
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  • Windows reimaginedFor consumers, for developers
  • Windows reimaginedFor consumers, for developers
  • Windows reimaginedFor consumers, for developers
  • Windows reimaginedFor consumers, for developers
  • Windows reimaginedFor consumers, for developers
  • Windows reimaginedFor consumers, for developers
  • Windows reimaginedFor consumers, for developers
  • Windows reimaginedFor consumers, for developers
  • Windows reimaginedFor consumers, for developers
  • Windows reimaginedFor consumers, for developers
  • Windows reimaginedFor consumers, for developers
  • Windows reimaginedFor consumers, for developers
  • Windows reimaginedFor consumers, for developers
  • Windows reimaginedFor consumers, for developers
  • Windows reimaginedFor consumers, for developers
  • Windows reimaginedFor consumers, for developers
  • Windows reimaginedFor consumers, for developers
  • Windows reimaginedFor consumers, for developers
  • Windows reimaginedFor consumers, for developers
  • Windows reimaginedFor consumers, for developers
  • Windows reimaginedFor consumers, for developers
  • Windows reimaginedFor consumers, for developers
  • Windows reimaginedFor consumers, for developers
  • Windows reimaginedFor consumers, for developers
  • Windows reimaginedFor consumers, for developers
  • Windows reimaginedFor consumers, for developers
  • Windows reimaginedFor consumers, for developers
  • Windows reimaginedFor consumers, for developers
  • Transcript

    • 1. Focus on what you are GREAT AT
    • 2. First step to designing a great Windows app is to create a “best at” statementThis app is the best app in its category at _____________ .
    • 3. One sentenceSpecificTruly differentiatedExample: News Reader
    • 4. One sentenceSpecificTruly differentiatedExample: News Reader is the best app in its category at helping users viewlatest headlines from a personalized set of news sources
    • 5. One sentenceSpecificTruly differentiatedExample: News Reader is the best app in its category at helping users viewlatest headlines from a personalized set of news sources
    • 6. Focus on what you are GREAT ATPut content before chrome
    • 7. Where does chrome come from? 1. Layout 2. Interaction 3. Navigation
    • 8. Create visual clarity with crisp graphical elementsRemove lines and boxes as a way to group and organize contentGive content breathing room through intentional use of space
    • 9. Integrate command with content
    • 10. Integrate command with contentLeverage the edge
    • 11. View should be about where you are at, not where you might goIntegrate navigational elements into the contentAvoid persistent way finding chrome (such as tabs)
    • 12. For any information please mail on: win8support@pmtsl.onmicrosoft.com© 2010 Parallel Minds Technology Solutions Pvt.Ltd. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries. The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. PARALLEL MINDS TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS PVT.LTD MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.