Expression Blend for Windows Developer Preview is a full-featured professional design tool for creating dynamic and responsive apps that can be tailored to run on a wide variety of hardware platforms such as PCs and tablets.
“A first look at Expression Blend for Windows Developer Preview” will help you to familiarize yourself with the Expression Blend for Windows Developer Preview workspace.
For more information, be sure to check out the following additional resources on the Windows 8 Developer Center for Metro style apps:
The Expression Blend Content Publishing team is here to help you navigate your way through Expression Blend for Windows Developer Preview. Please share your comments, feedback, and suggestions by leaving a comment here or by e-mailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meet the Content Publishing team:
In addition to developing the Expression Blend and Expression Web user documentation, Pad puts his money where his mouth is, developing things such as the ExpressionIQ blog. In Expression Web, of course!
I am proud Dad of 2 boys and 2 girls and have lived half of my life in Texas despite the heat and I am an Avid Dallas Mavericks Fan! I also love playing soccer, rugby (whenever I can find someone to play with ), and I grew up practicing different forms of Karate and Kung-Fu since I was a kid. My favorite foods are fish & chips, meat pie, and off course BANGERS (served with fried onions and gravy)! And for Afters, a 99 will do!
I began working on FrontPage, and later transitioned to Expression Web. Since then I have had opportunities to work on all of the current Expression Studio products. I love working on Expression Studio, in part because I work with such a great team!
I write about all things relating to Expression Encoder, Expression Design, and SketchFlow, and, basically feed off the energy and knowledge of both my fellow content publishing cohorts and the Encoder development team. Our work is great fun.
I manage the Content Publishing discipline—and its stellar group of writers seen on this page—for the Microsoft Expression team. Ask anyone on my team what “Content Publishing” is, and they’ll tell you it is the art of authoring user documentation for a target audience. That said, most people simply call us the “Help” team, but that often leads to fisticuffs!