Published on March 12th, 2012 | by Sam Sabri0
Windows Phone Nightly – Monday
Welcome back to the first installment of this weeks Windows Phone Nightly, the post where we recap the top stories around the web. Be sure to follow us on twitter @gowindowsgo or get in touch via the contact page to submit tips or suggestions for the Nightly. Let’s dive in.
-Information Density and Windows Phone: We normally don’t toot our own horn, but Chris Lindhartsen is a graphic design student and with a crush on Windows Phone and the Metro design principles and he just had his first guest post with us. He will be covering design topics for us, giving tips, best practices, app design spotlight and editorials. Check out his editorial here on the topic of information density and how it relates to Windows Phone.
-Nokia tablet rumors: We told you a few weeks back we’re going to slowly expand to cover Windows 8 news and this is proof of that. Nokia is all in with Windows Phone so a tablet running Windows 8 doesn’t seem like a stretch. Digitimes has some info on a supposed upcoming tablet that should show up in the fourth quarter of this year. Check it out here. Story via WMPoweruser.
-Pics from Nokia at SXSW: It’s OK to be a little jealous that you’re not at SXSW to experience the Nokia Lab for yourself, but thankfully they’ve posted a bunch of pics to their Flickr to let you live life vicariously. One of the coolest pictures if the blue Lumia 900 against a sea of black devices, to highlight how Nokia design stands out. See it for yourself here. Via WPCentral.