In this month's installment, learn how to achieve the most important outcome of all UI design: ensuring that your software is useful, useable, and desirable.
Dr. Charles B. Kreitzberg and Ambrose Little
MSDN Magazine May 2009
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This month the authors show you how to treat the user experience as an essential dimension of the development process while retaining the advantages of Agile.
MSDN Magazine June 2009
As devices converge, user experience design needs to change, too.
Dr. Charles B. Kreitzberg
MSDN Magazine April 2010
While style and slick visuals are important in Web site design, they shouldn't detract from a site's usability and functionality. Here are some hands-on tips for look and feel, readability, discovery of affordances, and more, with plenty of examples of good and bad design.
Ambrose Little, Charles B. Kreitzberg
MSDN Magazine December 2009
In this column, Ambrose Little and Charlie Kreitzberg discuss best practices, design patterns, and other considerations related to implementing a search feature.
MSDN Magazine November 2009
This article explores techniques developers can use to gather information about and incorporate their users' mental models in their software designs.
Ambrose Little, Dr. Charles B. Kreitzberg
MSDN Magazine October 2009
This article describes methods for designing screens in a user interface and the technology frameworks that support screen design.
MSDN Magazine September 2009
This month's column describes the benefits and methodologies of usability testing.
MSDN Magazine July 2009
A persona is a description of a fictional person representing an amalgamation of traits found in a segment of your users. Emplolying personas arms you with a powerful foundation on which to base design decisions.
MSDN Magazine April 2009
Good navigation makes for happy users, and happy users are good for your business. See what makes users happy this month.
MSDN Magazine March 2009
This month our usability experts explain what it takes to create informative, useful error messages.
Dr. Charles Kreitzberg and Ambrose Little
MSDN Magazine January 2009
A great user experience is more than just a pretty face. In this new column we'll look at some of the subtleties of building great user experiences.
MSDN Magazine December 2008
Edited by Nancy Michell
MSDN Magazine November 2001
I'm working on a project using VS2010 with AnkhSVN and Filezilla for upload. I'm new into team development but my major issue is:
After committing to SVN, I additionally need to remember and manually upload every single changed file using ftp client.
Any best practice on straightforward publishing e.g. 'commit and upload simultaneous' is deeply appreciated.
hi, I have been working on sharepoint for sometime now..I have mastered the sharepoint designer workflow. however, it is kinda limited...and I am thinking of exploring the backend development of MOSS, I have been posting some enquiries on this forum, and
came to know about visual studio workflow and event features.
The thing is, I only have two servers in my organisation, MOSS runs on one server and SQL server runs on another. Visual studio isn't installed on the MOSS server, and there is no development taking place in MOSS server right now.
Q1 - I have got another development machine, installed with windows server 2008 and MOSS and Visual Studio, but I have named the machine differently as all the machines in my organization are connected to a domain. I think I also made a mistake by creating
a different site collection instead of using a similar name as the current server. Can I know what are the best practices used when it comes to planning a development machine?
Q2 - I have created a simple event feature testing thingy on the development machine and it works, how do I export it over to MOSS server, cause..I have mentioned the site url in the C# code, but the exact url in the server is different. Is there
some kinda guide that I can refer to..should I install visual studio on the server itself ( wierd )
need some advice