A BlackBerry 10 UI guidelines PDF, that is made for developers who are wanting to create an app that works well with the new platform, is now available. The document covers all of the possible gestures that allow the user to navigate around the UI as BlackBerry 10 will not have any physical buttons on the screen. Thank goodness! How many times have we heard about homescreen buttons/trackpads failing. Just more thing that won't go wrong in BlackBerry 10.
The document also includes many tips and tricks for design principles, UI framework, patterns, components, and visual style. You can view and download the entire PDF here.
The document says it has been updated on 9/25/2012, so it's very much current for the time being.
The Table of Contents includes:
What's new -
Communication at its core
Content is king
Moments of charm
Bringing the design principles together
UI framework -
Devices and screen sizes
Designing a UI for different screen sizes
Portrait and landscape
Sharing and the invocation framework
Progress and activity
Dividers and headers
Text fields and text areas
Activity and progress indicators
Check boxes, radio buttons, and toggle switches
Visual style -