When we introduced Blend 4 at Mix 2010, we showed most of the new features, but not all. Now that Blend 4 has launched officially, it is time for some introductions.
In this post, I want to tell you about a few new features in SketchFlow that make distributing and collaboratively reviewing prototypes a lot easier.
We have demonstrated Expression 4 at Mix 2010. And today, Expression Studio 4, including Expression Blend, Web, Encoder and Design has officially been launched at Internet Week in New York, and will be available shortly.
There is a new SKU line-up and, very importantly, free upgrades for Expression 3 users. Please see www.microsoft.com/expression for more information.
For more on Expression Blend 4 specifically, you might also want to have a look at my previous post from Mix 2010:
Introducing Blend 4 – For Silverlight, WPF and Windows Phone
Also, on this blog you can find a series of articles about one of the fun creative features in Expression Blend 4, path-based layout, which begins here:
Blend 4: About Path Layout, Part I
Before this post comes to a close, I’d like to use the opportunity to thank our very active customers for a lot of great and encouraging feedback – without your interest and excitement, Expression would not be the same. And thanks to the amazing team that I have the honor to build Expression with
So much for now. Please stay tuned and most of all, have fun with Expression 4!