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Meeting User Expectations with Metro Design Elements for Windows Phone

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Meeting User Expectations with Metro Design Elements for Windows Phone

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Corrina Black, Senior Design Lead at Microsoft, speaks in-depth about meeting users' expectations when building applications for Windows Phones. Black discusses the Metro design language as the building block of the Windows Phone experience. She elaborates on different design elements including Navigation, Layout, Composition, Typography, Motion, Iconography, Images & Photos, Themes & Personalization, Touch gestures, Targets, IU Controls, Hardware, Services, Marketplace and Branding.

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