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Intermediate
Updated
Dec 6, 2013
Duration
1h 6m
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This course covers the five Microsoft design principles when developing an application for the Windows Store. Each principle is covered in detail, and the outcome of this course is confidence in design choices. This is highly recommended for anyone just getting started with app development for the new Windows 8 operating system.

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J. Michael Palermo IV is a Microsoft Developer Evangelist based out of Phoenix, AZ

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Introduction
Hi, this is Michael Palermo. I'm very excited to be sharing with you this course from Pluralsight on the Principles of Microsoft Design. This is going to be some fantastic content. I'm very excited to share it with you and this is the introduction to the course. For our overview, what we are going to be considering in this module, we are first going to look at the course objectives. We will have a brief overview also of the principles, and we will also consider an important aspect before you even start using the principles, and that's the envisioning process of developing and designing your app.

Pride in Craftsmanship
Hello, this is Michael Palermo, and this module is going to consider the Microsoft design principle of Pride in Craftsmanship. For our overview, as we will do with each of the principles, we are going to consider its definition in detail, go over the purpose and motivation, consider guiding aspects that you can use practically as you're designing your app, and then we will conclude with a useful checklist that you can keep in mind as your start to design future apps.

Fast and Fluid
Hi, this is Michael Palermo. This module is going to discuss the Microsoft design principle of being Fast and Fluid. As we are doing with the other principles, we are going to first define it, understand its real purpose and motivation, consider practical guiding aspects that you can use in your design consideration, and then conclude with a checklist that you could use later on when you're starting to design future apps.

Authentically Digital
Hi, this is Michael Palermo. This module is going to discuss the Microsoft design principle of being authentically digital. The overview for this module will be like the other principles. We're going to first really define that principle and understand its motivation and purpose. We're going to consider the few guiding aspects and conclude with a checklist that you can use in the future along with the other checklists in the other modules.

Do More with Less
Hello, this is Michael Palermo. In this module, we're going to consider the Microsoft design principle of, Do More with Less. For our overview, as we're doing for each principle, we're considering its definition, breaking it down, understanding the purpose and motivation, we'll look at the guiding aspects that are practical, and conclude with a checklist that you can use when you're designing your app, and making sure that this principle is not forgotten.

Win as One
Hi, this is Michael Palermo. In this final module of the course, Principles of Microsoft Design, we're going to consider now the design principle of Win as One. As we've done for each of the principles, we're going to consider its definition, why the principle exists, what's the motivation, the guiding aspects that you can use, and a checklist that will help you when you're designing your future apps, but we're also going to have a course summary since this is the final principle to consider in this course.