Microsoft Sketchflow: Wireframing and prototyping with Expression Blend Digital Classroom [NOOK Book]

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The Micorosoft® Sketchflow® wireframing and prototyping with Expression Blend Digital Classroom is like having your own personal tutor guide you through multiple lessons to gain an understanding of wireframing and prototyping with Sketchflow. The book will get you up-and-running quickly with Sketchflow. It includes lesson available files from the book’s website, step-by-step instructions, and clear illustrations and figures. A video tutorial is also included on the reader’s website. This book is written by a team...
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Microsoft Sketchflow: Wireframing and prototyping with Expression Blend Digital Classroom

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Overview

The Micorosoft® Sketchflow® wireframing and prototyping with Expression Blend Digital Classroom is like having your own personal tutor guide you through multiple lessons to gain an understanding of wireframing and prototyping with Sketchflow. The book will get you up-and-running quickly with Sketchflow. It includes lesson available files from the book’s website, step-by-step instructions, and clear illustrations and figures. A video tutorial is also included on the reader’s website. This book is written by a team of Expression Blend and Sketchflow experts from AGI who have developed Expression Blend and Sketchflow training content for Microsoft and are the authors of more than 20 other books on creative and graphics software as part of the Digital Classroom series of books.
In the Microsoft Sketchflow Wireframing and prototyping with Expression Blend Digital Classroom you will discover:
• The Sketchflow Workspace
• Creating Navigation Screens
• Creating layouts and importing images
• Using the grid
• Creating reusable components
• Creating Visual Transitions
• Working with behaviors
• Working with feedback
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780967873756
  • Publisher: AGI - American Graphics Institute
  • Publication date: 1/21/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,381,215
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Jennifer Smith has more than two decades of experience working with electronic design tools. She blends her design skills with her strong understanding of interactive and Web tools to create and deliver compelling training content. She delivers professional development education for companies around the world relating to effective ways to use creative technology to achieve design and user experience objectives. She is a founding member of American Graphics Institute (AGI) and serves as Vice President of AGI. Prior to founding AGI she worked in advertising as an art director and served as a principal in a Pennsylvania-based design firm. Jennifer is widely regarded as one of the foremost authorities in electronic publishing and design and is often requested as a speaker at seminars and conferences around the world. Jennifer is the author of more than ten books on electronic publishing, including Adobe Creative Suite 5 Design Premium for Dummies, published by Wiley. She has also written several of the Classroom in a Book series for Adobe Press and has several books in the Digital Classroom series, published by AGI and Wiley. Jennifer bridges the gap between technical and creative, working easily with both developers and designers. Her ability to translate technical skills to address business issues allows organizations to reach their objectives with effective design and creativity. She uses technology to achieve design objectives for use on-line or in print. A renaissance artist with technology, you’ll find Jennifer integrating her Photoshop work in interactive projects using Flash or Silverlight, and finessing her creations using her skills with coding, creating 3-D renderings for product designers, or working with graphics professionals to achieve the highest quality and most accurate color.
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