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Paul LabergeWeb Platform AdvisorMicrosoft Canada
Functioning Form is one of my favorite design blogs, last Friday author Luke Wroblewski summarized Design Principles from three Microsoft products: Windows 7, Office 2007, and Surface, which I reposted below. I’ve also included the MIX sessions that talk about the design thinking behind each of these products in detail.
While Microsoft itself admits to design challenges in some of their products, the places where I saw design principles in use produced some pretty interesting product designs. In particular: Windows 7 Desktop, Office 2007, and Microsoft Surface. For the Windows 7 desktop design, Stephan Hoefnagel showed the following principles in action:
Thanks, this is exactly what I was looking for. I've watched these presentations but forgot to write down the key-ideas.