Stumbled across this UI PSD kit today, thought it might be helpful to someone Check it out!
Square UI Free
So today was the Code Mastery event in Chicago that I had linked to previously (hosted by Magenic at the Microsoft offices downtown). My session was on “Effective Design for Mobile Apps” and as promised I am now uploading my PowerPoint deck for general use:
PowerPoint Deck (pdf)
I hope everyone who was able to attend learned something from both myself and the rest of the presenters – Thank you for coming!
I’ve been invited to speak again at the Chicago Code Mastery event – this year we will be downtown and I will be presenting on mobile design patterns/tips!
The official blurb:
Join us on Tuesday April 30th from 8:30AM – 4PM
Code Mastery delivers high-quality technical content, designed to present you with meaningful and insightful learning experiences. Come spend a day with Magenic’s best and brightest – you’ll be glad you did. Our featured speaker is Rockford Lhotka, Magenic’s CTO, Microsoft MVP, and creator of the popular CSLA.NET framework.
Code Mastery is going mobile for the Chicago 2013 event!
- Introduction to Web API
- Understanding Azure Mobile Web Services
- Mobile Enterprise Deployment
- ASP.NET with MVC
- Effective Design for Mobile Apps
- Integrating iOS with Azure Mobile Services
- Getting Started Building Amazing Windows Phone 8 Apps
The event is free and food will be provided.
Learn More OR Register Now!
This is a fantastic update on a classic! Reposted from Colin Harman:
I had the pleasure of speaking this past Wednesday at the Code Mastery event in Chicago (hosted by Magenic at the Microsoft building in Lombard). My session was Designer and Developer Collaboration with Visual Studio 2012 and Expression Blend, though to be fair I never actually opened VS2012 during the demo
We covered a slide deck outlining how I often see designer/developer interaction happening versus the collaboration style environment I have spent the last several years proving actually works as well as two demos: updating the UI layer of developer code created in the previous WinRT session and a showcase of the new Blend5 features specific to .js WinRT apps.
As promised, I’m uploading my slides and demo materials here:
PowerPoint Deck (pdf)
Demo Files (zip)
I hope everyone who was able to attend learned something helpful to take back with them, and thank you for coming!