Windows Phone Design Day – Recorded Videos

Jaime Rodriguez , WPF Technical Evangelist at Microsoft has posted some videos from the recent Windows Phone Design Day in the MSDN Channel 9 .

If you are currently developing Windows Phone 7 Applications or planning to do it any time soon, then its a much watchable videos as it provides a lot of information about Windows Phone 7 .

Here are the list of sessions…

1. Windows Phone Design Days – Perceived Performance

This video provides the guidelines for responsive user experiences on Windows Phone.

2. Windows Phone Design Days- Templates

This Video explains the templates that is used in Windows Phone 7

3. Windows Phone Design Days – Voice

Karen explains about the voice in Windows Phone 7 .

4. Windows Phone Design Days – Pivot and Pano

As the title suggests , this video talks about the Panoramas used in Windows Phone 7

5. Windows Phone Design Days – Applications

Rhon Manlapaz and Ryan Bickel talks about the core controls used in developing Windows Phone 7 Applications .

6. Windows Phone Design Days – Target Sizes

Tirthankar talks about the target screen sizes for the Windows Phone Applications

7. Windows Phone Design Days – Audio

Matthhew Bennett demonstrates how to create audio in windows phone 7 that can sing ..

8. Windows Phone Design Days – Globalization

Ayman Raslan and Franklin discuss the aspects of localization and internationalization while developing the Windows Phone 7 Applications .

9. Windows Phone Design Days – Blend

This video explains the roadmap for the Expression Blend for Windows Phone 7 .

10. Windows Phone Design Days – Documentation

Chris Kilbourn talks about the documentation and guides for Windows Phone designers.

11. Windows Phone Design Days – Animation

The video explains the the motion on Windows Phone 7.

12. Windows Phone Design Days – Metro

Jeff Fong, provides an overview of the Metro UI .

13. Windows Phone Design Days – Personas

You can find the videos here . The link also includes some more videos on .NET Client Profile , New Text stack in WPF , Graphics Improvement in WPF etc.

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