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Dynamic Prototyping with SketchFlow in Expression Blend: Sketch Your Ideas...And Bring Them to Life!

by: Chris Bernard, Sara Summers

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Publisher: QUE,21.04.10

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ISBN: 0789742799
ISBN13: 9780789742797

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Features and Benefits


Use Microsoft's Sketchflow to bring the entire design and development team together, and create tomorrow's most engaging user experiences!

  * Master a powerful new web design and development process that delivers far better results, more rapidly and efficiently

  * Use Expression Blend 3's breakthrough SketchFlow tool to create wireframes, prototypes, and demos faster than ever before

  * An indispensable resource for every digital agency, interactive boutique, and internal web design/development team

Table of Contents


Introduction 1

Part I: The Theory Behind Sketching and Dynamic Prototyping 15

Chapter 1: Why Sketching and Prototyping Are Important 17

Chapter 2: Design Process 27

Chapter 3: Patterns and Practices for Innovation 41

Part II: Let's Build a Prototype 59

Chapter 4: Getting Started 61

Chapter 5: Importing and Creating Content 79

Chapter 6: Sharing Your Project and Getting Feedback 93

Chapter 7: Basic Animation with SketchFlow Animation 109

Chapter 8: Basic Navigation 127

Chapter 9: Basic Animation Using States 135

Chapter 10: Working with Data 151

Chapter 11: Bringing It All Together 165

Part III: Understanding SketchFlow 175

Chapter 12: The SketchFlow Interface 177

Chapter 13: Assets, Styles, and Components 213

Chapter 14: SketchFlow Animation on and States 225

Chapter 15: SketchFlow Behaviors 247

Chapter 16: Data 259

Chapter 17: Annotating Your Work, Getting Feedback, and Creating Documentation 277

Part IV: Applied Knowledge 293

Chapter 18: Project Brief and Sketches 295

Chapter 19: Navigation Via Component Screens 307

Chapter 20: Adding Animation 311

Chapter 21: Client Feedback 319

Chapter 22: Set Up for Behaviors 325

Chapter 23: Refining States 331

Chapter 24: Refining Animation and Interactivity 337

Chapter 25: Incorporating Data 347

Chapter 26: Refining Data 355

Chapter 27: Advancing Fidelity 365

Chapter 28: Advanced Fidelity with Templates and States 375

Chapter 29: Post Mortem 385

Part V: Reference 389

Appendix A: What Is .NET? 391

Appendix B: What Is XAML? 401

Appendix C: What Is C#? 419

Appendix D: What Is WPF? 445

Appendix E: What Is Silverlight? 455

Appendix F: Additional Resources 469

Index 481

About the Authors


Chris Bernard is a 17-year veteran of the design and technology industry. He is a passionate advocate for advancing the practice and discipline of innovation at the intersection of design, technology, and business.

Sara Summers is a 13-year veteran of the design industry. She has a personal mantra of design democracy-happy, healthy designers and developers working and playing together to create beautiful, inspirational products.