Software and design
Where have we been?
Concept: Courtesy of Jon Harris, a Microsoft buddy
Concept: Courtesy of Jon Harris, a Microsoft buddy
Concept: Courtesy of Jon Harris, a Microsoft buddy
Concept: Courtesy of Jon Harris, a Microsoft buddy
Concept: Courtesy of Jon Harris, a Microsoft buddy
Concept: Courtesy of Jon Harris, a Microsoft buddy
Concept: Courtesy of Jon Harris, a Microsoft buddy
designing with Expression Concept: Courtesy of Jon Harris, a Microsoft buddy
application logic Concept: Courtesy of Jon Harris, a Microsoft buddy
application logic presentation Concept: Courtesy of Jon Harris, a Microsoft buddy
application logic presentation Concept: Courtesy of Jon Harris, a Microsoft buddy
application logic presentation C#, VB <XAML> Concept: Courtesy of Jon Harris, a Microsoft buddy
application logic presentation deployment result Concept: Courtesy of Jon Harris, a Microsoft buddy
application logic presentation publishing system result deployment Concept: Courtesy of Jon Harris, a Microsoft buddy
application logic presentation result deployment Concept: Courtesy of Jon Harris, a Microsoft buddy
application logic presentation result Concept: Courtesy of Jon Harris, a Microsoft buddy
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The Egg Analogy: The Problem With Designer and Developer Workflow in Software and Interaction Design

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This is a version of the egg slides that many of us use at Microsoft to talk about designer and developer workflow. They were created by Expression Product Manager Jon Harris.

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  • But before we begin I want to chat a bit about software and design. In fact, I’m actually curious. I want to see if this story is familiar to you.
  • The Egg Analogy: The Problem With Designer and Developer Workflow in Software and Interaction Design

    1. 1. Software and design
    2. 2. Where have we been?
    3. 3. Concept: Courtesy of Jon Harris, a Microsoft buddy
    4. 4. Concept: Courtesy of Jon Harris, a Microsoft buddy
    5. 5. Concept: Courtesy of Jon Harris, a Microsoft buddy
    6. 6. Concept: Courtesy of Jon Harris, a Microsoft buddy
    7. 7. Concept: Courtesy of Jon Harris, a Microsoft buddy
    8. 8. Concept: Courtesy of Jon Harris, a Microsoft buddy
    9. 9. Concept: Courtesy of Jon Harris, a Microsoft buddy
    10. 10. designing with Expression Concept: Courtesy of Jon Harris, a Microsoft buddy
    11. 11. application logic Concept: Courtesy of Jon Harris, a Microsoft buddy
    12. 12. application logic presentation Concept: Courtesy of Jon Harris, a Microsoft buddy
    13. 13. application logic presentation Concept: Courtesy of Jon Harris, a Microsoft buddy
    14. 14. application logic presentation C#, VB <XAML> Concept: Courtesy of Jon Harris, a Microsoft buddy
    15. 15. application logic presentation deployment result Concept: Courtesy of Jon Harris, a Microsoft buddy
    16. 16. application logic presentation publishing system result deployment Concept: Courtesy of Jon Harris, a Microsoft buddy
    17. 17. application logic presentation result deployment Concept: Courtesy of Jon Harris, a Microsoft buddy
    18. 18. application logic presentation result Concept: Courtesy of Jon Harris, a Microsoft buddy
    19. 19. UX

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