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| Tags: Laurent Bugnion, Mobile, Tips, Uncategorized, Windows Phone 7

@lbugnion offers keen insights into development for touch surfaces, including optimal screen size, using transparent backgrounds, and negative margins.  Check it out at his blog here!


  • Remember to maximize the touch surface for your controls.
  • Plan your design in consequence by reserving enough room around each control to allow their hit surface to be expanded as shown in this article.
  • Do not cram too many controls in one page. If REALLY needed, use an additional page (or even better: use a Pivot control with multiple pivot items) for the controls that don’t fit on the first one.

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