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“VB Universal Windows App” series

This past week Lucian Wischik, who is great presenter if you ever get the chance to see him at a conference, released an awesome series on creating Universal Apps with one of my favorite programming languages, the Rodney Dangerfield of languages, Visual Basic.NET. No, lets not start a language comment war, please Here are download links for the “VB Universal Windows App” series: … Recently in April 2014, Microsoft announced Universal Windows Apps. I thought I’d take an old Silverlight paddle game and turn it into a VB Universal Windows App. Here’s how the finished game looks, on devices and in the stores: What is a Universal Windows App? A “universal Windows app” is a great end-user experience. It means the user of your app can buy …

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“VB Universal Windows App” series

User Experience Sux

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User Experience Sux

Microsoft Releases User Experience Virtualization 2.1 Beta

The virtual desktop solution gains Office 2013 and Windows 8 support, along with enhanced user setting roaming, backup and restore features. Following on the heels of the Desktop Optimization Pack 2014 release, Microsoft has announced a beta of the user settings management component, called User Experience Virtualization (UE-V). Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack (MDOP) is the software giant’s desktop virtualization and management toolset. Mainstream corporate adoption of smartphones and tablets make it less likely that users will rush to their laptops and desktop PCs for all of their computing needs. The downside is inconsistent settings across devices that can impede productivity. – See more at: http://www.eweek.com/enterprise-apps/microsoft-releases-user-experience-virtualization-2.1-beta.html#sthash.VhLQPWez.dpuf To learn more and to read the entire article at its …

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OneDrive for Business Updates Web User Experience

Mark Kashman (@mkashman) is a senior product manager on the SharePoint marketing team. In March, at SharePoint Conference 2014, we announced a lot of goodness coming soon to OneDrive for Business in Office 365. Now, two months later, we’re beginning to roll out some of the user experience innovations and refinements, including Simple Controls, Site Folders, smarter Search, and more. The new web interface of OneDrive for Business appears when you click OneDrive in the Office 365 top navigation. We believe that the user experience needs to be clean, simple, intuitive, and consistent—while maintaining the best-in-class capabilities to store, sync, and share, and that you should have the best destination to get work done. Period. This is why it’s important to us to keep …

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OneDrive for Business updates web user experience

The ULTIMATE List of 24 Free eBooks on UX and Interface Design

The ultimate list of 24 free eBooks on UX and interface design will help you be a UX rock-star. Study from gurus for free! Want to be a UX rock star like Nick Finck of Amazon Web Services, Dave Garr of UserTesting.com, Jan Jursa of the mighty @IATV or even Jacob Nielsen, the ultimate UX guru? Then you should study the UX subjects they and other smart UX practitioners know. But why pay for all that great UX and interface design information when you can get it for free? Yes, free! Many UX books, guides and research studies are now available free as eBooks. I’ve compiled the ULTIMATE list of free UX and Interface Design eBooks so that you have this handy list to help …

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