Jennifer Smith's expertise bridges the gap between design, and development. She works extensively with user experience design and user interface design, and has experience creating print, web, and interactive content. She is skilled at interpreting technical information and presenting it in a clear and easy-to-understand manner. The author of more than 18 books on technology and design, as well as over 100 publications, including Photoshop Digital Classroom, Adobe Creative Suite for Dummies, Adobe Illustrator Classroom in a Book, and over 100 tutorials on using Expression Blend and SketchFlow. Jennifer is an experienced Expression Blend designer and Windows Phone designer, having worked on embedded applications, mobile applications, and websites. She has served as the Microsoft Artist-in-Residence overseeing the delivery of the design techniques and philosophy to Microsoft employees and partners for Windows Phone. She frequently works with designers and developers who need to bridge the gap between UI design and .NET or C# development. You can find her many tutorials online at Microsoft.com.