Microsoft has created extensive design guidelines for Windows 10 / Universal Apps. However, if you're coming from traditional Windows desktop development, you probably don't have time to read hundreds of pages of guidelines. This session is your entry point. The most important design guidelines are covered, including preferred navigation patterns, responsive design, designing for touch-based interfaces, and standards for common functions such as settings. This session is suitable for anyone looking to build Windows 10 apps, whether or not you have XAML expertise.
You will learn:
About the most common navigation patterns in Windows 10 Universal Apps
Strategy for gaining more exposure to the design guidelines you need