New Silverlight Video Tutorial: How to Create a Complete Sketchflow Prototype Application

Hello All!

In this video tutorial I show you how to create a complete Silveright Sketchflow Prototype complete with Navigation Screens, Component Screens, Interactive Buttons, Visual States,  adding and saving comments, loading comments, and finally the creation of Word documentation (Wireframes).  If you have ever wanted to know everything about Sketchflow this is the video for you. 

So if you have been wondering what all the hype is surrounding this new feature of  Blend 3 then fire up your copy of Blend and watch this video.

Enjoy! Victor


PS: This video was created with Expression Encoder3 Screen Capture

  1. Hi Victor,

    Thank you very much for sharing these videos!

    It would be really helpful to be able to download these – some of us only have time to view videos when we are offline.

    David Roh

  2. Awesome!

    Thank you Victor.

    Your hard work is really appreciated – the videos are great.

    • Kathryn
    • October 14th, 2009


    Can you use two of the behaviors GoToStateAction and trigger MouseEnter and MouseLeave on the images making them expand or contract on the mouse movement on the item example instead of going to Visual Studio? It seems to have the same effect, but I was just wondering if one way was better than another. It would seem using the drag and drop behavior might be easier on designers or business people using SketchFlow.


  3. Thanks for posting these vids Victor. Very useful

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