Touch capability on your computers and devices is here. We can assume from here on in every major computing device will have touch capability whether you like it or not. This means touch enabled user experiences will soon be the norm and there is some urgency to leverage touch enabled capabilities. Windows 7 is touch capable; Windows 8 was designed for touch. Building touch-enabled applications provides tremendous opportunities for developers to create engaging user experiences.
There is no better time than now to “re-think” user experiences rooted in touch for your existing applications that you will potentially migrate. And there is no better time for developers re-evaluate their toolsets as the new releases of Visual Studio 11 and Windows 8 come to market.
In this podcast Tim Huckaby will discuss the design considerations and opportunities around touch enabled applications. Tim will discuss the new capabilities that innovative tools like Visual Studio 11 and innovation platforms like Windows 8 will support.