Casey McGee

last updated 5/15/2018

Casey B. McGee

Vice President Partner Development at Microsoft Corporation

Location:
ONE MICROSOFT WAY, Redmond, Washington, United States
HQ Phone:
(425) 882-8080

Recent News  

Has UI and UX Innovation Plateaued? - Digital Innovation Gazette

"All meaningful change requires learning," says Casey McGee, senior marketing manager for Microsoft's Windows Phone division.
"The key is to expose people to as many relatable scenarios as possible and make learning an enjoyable and rewarding process of discovery. Microsoft is doing that by using similar UI constructs across several consumer products, phones, PCs and game consoles." Metro is noteworthy in part because if consumers and business users embrace it, then developers can leverage their work across multiple device types. "Windows Phone and Windows 8 in particular are both part of one comprehensive set of platform offerings from Microsoft, all based on a common set of tools, platform technologies and a consistent Metro UI," McGee says. "The two use the same familiar Metro UI, and with Windows Phone 8, are now built on the same shared Windows core. This means that developers will be able to leverage much of their work writing applications and games for one to deliver experiences to the other." Metro gives developers a single framework for designing user experiences, with a set of controls for each form factor. "Developers building games based on DirectX will be able to reuse substantial amounts of their code in delivering games for both Windows and Windows Phone," McGee says.

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UI/UX - Digital Innovation Gazette

"All meaningful change requires learning," says Casey McGee, senior marketing manager for Microsoft's Windows Phone division.
"The key is to expose people to as many relatable scenarios as possible and make learning an enjoyable and rewarding process of discovery. Microsoft is doing that by using similar UI constructs across several consumer products, phones, PCs and game consoles." Metro is noteworthy in part because if consumers and business users embrace it, then developers can leverage their work across multiple device types. "Windows Phone and Windows 8 in particular are both part of one comprehensive set of platform offerings from Microsoft, all based on a common set of tools, platform technologies and a consistent Metro UI," McGee says. "The two use the same familiar Metro UI, and with Windows Phone 8, are now built on the same shared Windows core. This means that developers will be able to leverage much of their work writing applications and games for one to deliver experiences to the other." Metro gives developers a single framework for designing user experiences, with a set of controls for each form factor. "Developers building games based on DirectX will be able to reuse substantial amounts of their code in delivering games for both Windows and Windows Phone," McGee says.

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Sogeti USA Completes 2nd Annual Company Hackathon

"We're proud to be a part of Sogeti's Innovation Accelerator hackathon," said Casey McGee, VP US Partner Development at Microsoft.

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