Designing Windows Store Applications
In a perfect world, application developers are handed clear, concise packets of paper that lay out exactly how their application should look and everything that it should do. They work from that paper, which, from their perspective, may have spontaneously generated itself, and produce a working and useful application. While many developers have managed to find such a world, to the majority of people who make their living writing code, this arrangement seems as unattainable as reaching Shangri-La.
Developers who are not handed a completed design have to become more than those who translate requirements ...