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Windows Vista User Experience Guidelines September 18, 2006

Posted by Patricio in Coding, Software Engineering.

If you are new to Windows Vista:

  1. Start by checking What’s New in Windows Vista. These articles summarize the new Windows Vista core UI features that you should use in your Windows Vista UI designs, and how they differ from Windows XP.
  2. Next, proceed to the Top Rules, which summarizes the top rules that the Windows Vista Design team suggests you follow to create high-quality, consistent Windows Vista UIs.
  3. Check out the Top Guidelines Violations, which summarizes the most common violations that the Windows Vista Design team is finding during design reviews, and offers guidelines for avoiding these violations.
  4. Finally, read Designing with Windows Presentation Foundation, which gives you an overview of how to take advantage of Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF, codename “Avalon”).




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