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Windows Vista UX and .NET Framework Design Guidelines

Pete Brown - 19 September 2005

The Windows Vista User Experience Guidelines are definitely worth a read.

In addition, if you haven't already ordered your own copy of the .NET Framework Design Guidelines (I picked up mine at the PDC), do so now. If you're using the naming conventions posted on my site, I have validated them against the FDG, and have found no inconsistencies or violations.

posted by Pete Brown on Monday, September 19, 2005
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