User Interface and interaction in Windows 7 via Windows User Experience Interaction Guidelines

Windows 7 will undoubtedly take the graphical user interface and the interaction model to the next level not only as far as the Windows client is concerned, but also in terms of the content designed to integrate seamlessly with the operating system. Previews of what Windows client applications will look and feel like on Windows […]

Windows 7 will undoubtedly take the graphical user interface and the interaction model to the next level not only as far as the Windows client is concerned, but also in terms of the content designed to integrate seamlessly with the operating system. Previews of what Windows client applications will look and feel like on Windows 7 are already available on Windows Vista via the Office 2007 System or the touch computing capabilities of Microsoft Surface, but also through the early development milestones of the next version of Windows. However, the Windows User Experience Interaction Guidelines provided by Microsoft deliver an insight set up to help developers tailor their applications to Windows 7, including advice for Ribbons, Touch, Pen and Printing.

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