RE: [agile-usability] The New Iteration (WPF, Designer VS Developer)
Hello Eric –
We’ve been working with WPF for 2.5 years now and frankly, our designers and developers love it. There’s a learning curve, to be sure, but most teams that get a good start are productive within a few weeks. WPF really does deliver on the promises of a better UX. WPF is also well-suited to an agile team because it’s best used in feature teams where developers learn a few design principles and designers learn a few development principles.
We’re also deeply involved with healthcare IT. I just left HIMSS, and so regrettably can’t stop by your booth.
I’d be happy to talk with you about your WPF questions and planning. My contact info is below.
Galen Earl Murdock
President | CEO
We are looking to move our desktop development platform over Microsoft WPF over the next few years, at this point I’m looking for comment or experience report on developing and designing application using WP. We wish to have an environment where developer will provide data services and command that will be used later by the designer to build their user interface and user interface components.
So far I read the followed document:
The Html version
The PDF Version