C H A P T E R  3

User Interface

A user's first impression of a computer application's user interface is critical. Users will immediately decide to uninstall an application if it is too complex or if it not do what it promises to do. When comparing two user interfaces, users will often choose the more eye-catching one.

The Windows Phone user interface is not exempt from this type of user behavior. In addition, there are lot of applications on the Marketplace, so the competition is ruthless. The user might try your application, but you will have to convince that user to buy it.

In this chapter and in the next (which is about Expression Blend), you will find a lot of recipes on the user interface. You will see how to use Silverlight common controls ...

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