You can see my own direct review of SketchFlow here . This article is a great introduction to SketchFlow, which is found in Microsoft's Expression Blend. Rapid Prototyping with SketchFlow Unlike developer "design" tools, SketchFlow is really great at focusing on the interface and how users will interact with the application. I'm not a graphics designer so I know pretty much right off the bat, my prototype may not have the prettiest graphics designs. However, with Expression Blend, I was able to make the UI look half-decent. It uses XAML files to show case the interface - this is extremely useful as I just grabbed some earlier work being done in Visual Studio and dropped it in - worked like a charm. I was then able to make changes to the XAML from a designer's perspective instead of a developer's. With the SketchFlow Map, you simply draw lines to create a flow between "pages" of your application or to integrate shared components. When you build
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