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Wizards. Prototype of sketching Wizard for WPF – 2

In the previous part of this article I described sketchflow map for the wizard prototype and started describing wizard screens. In this article I continue describing screens, animation and transition approaches. Confirm options screen   The Confirm Options screen allows to review all options a user has selected. A multi-line textbox is used for that purposes. The user can go back (by clicking the button ‘Previous’), start processing data (by clicking the button ‘Start’) and close the wizard (the button ‘Cancel’). Progress screen   This screen displays progress of data...

Wizards. Prototype of sketching Wizard for WPF - 1

See the second part of the article here. Intro Developers implement wizards very often. This sort of application is required when customers should get simple and reliable tool to process, transform, convert, setup, transfer etc. Also, this tool should have a nice, clean, uncomplicated interface, shouldn’t it? It is especially important if users are going to use the wizard on a daily basis. So, developers should get exact and detailed information about user interface of the wizard and provide a prototype to discuss it with customers. That means, developers have to use Microsoft Expression Blend SketchFlow framework which is...