Speaker Corrina Black
Affiliation Microsoft; Windows Phone Team
Host Ben Lower and Arjmand Samuel
Date recorded 14 June 2012
Current Event: Prototyping Windows Phone Applications
Prototypes are invaluable tools in the application development life cycle. They allow feature and functionality exploration and testing prior to implementation; saving time and money, and helping to ensure that the user experience is top notch. Learn how Expression Blend, the Windows Phone toolkit, and Expression Design can be used to create well designed and fully functional prototypes for feedback and user testing purposes
Speaker bio: Corrina Black is a Sr. User Experience Design Lead in the Windows Phone Design Studio. She leads the developer engagement efforts, and as part of the Studio leadership, she defines strategic programs to help developers around the world build high quality applications for the phone that leverage best practices in user experience and design. Corrina has been a product designer at Microsoft for more than 10 years and has contributed to the definition of the developer experience for platforms including Silverlight, Windows Phone, Windows 8, and XBOX. You can follow her on Twitter.
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