Expression Web 4 Quick Start Tutorial: Beaches Around the World
paced lesson that helps beginners create HTML pages with layers, Cascading Style
Sheets (CSS), interactive buttons, and Dynamic Web Templates. Build a Web site
about the trip of your dreams to beautiful beaches around the world with this
quick and easy Expression Web 4 tutorial. (This Expression Web tutorial is included
in Module 5 of the semester-long curriculum unit, Introduction to Web Design
Using Microsoft Expression Studio 4).
Creating Images with Expression Design 4 Beaches Around the World
In this tutorial you will create and edit designs with Expression Design 4 vector-based drawing tools to produce graphical effects and change settings for optimization. The images created can be used in the Expression Web 4 Quick Start Tutorial_Beaches. This tutorial is part of Module 4 in the semester-long curriculum unit -
Introduction to Web Design Using Microsoft Expression Studio 4.
Expression Web 4 Quick Start Tutorial: Heavy Metal Show Car
You will learn to use the tools in Expression Web 4 to edit web documents in Design view in order to create a site that is ready for publishing to the Web. This fast paced lesson introduces you to Microsoft Expression Web 4. It is designed to help beginners create HTML pages with layers, Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), interactive buttons, and Dynamic Web Templates. By the end of these exercises, you will have created a simple standards-compliant Web site about Richard Tapia’s amazing, award-winning 1970 Chevelle show car – Heavy Metal.
Introduction to Web Design Using Microsoft® Expression® Studio 4: Preface
This curriculum for use with Microsoft Expression Studio 4 is a complete,
standards-based, single semester course on web design. The curriculum provides
an extensive collection of creative teaching and learning materials that thoroughly
span web design knowledge and skills and promote meaningful, real-world learning
experiences. The modular design makes it adaptable to a wide variety of teaching
scenarios. This is the Preface to an
8 module semester course.
Introduction to Web Design Using Microsoft® Expression® Studio 4: Module 2 HTML5
This curriculum, for use with Microsoft Expression Studio 4, is a complete, standards-based, single semester course on web design. Module 2 HTML5 reflects the most recent standards of the W3C (as of 5/2012).
Advanced Expression Studio Teaching Units
Expand your students skills with Expression Web and Expression Design with these one-week units. Contents include detailed lesson plans, self-guided tutorials, student activities, additional suggested projects, assessment rubrics, and links to video and other learning resources.
Introducing Microsoft Expression Studio: Using Design, Web, Blend, and Media to Create Professional Digital Content by Greg Holden
This book serves as an introduction to using Expression Studio to create Web sites, graphics, and presentations, and to organize and edit media files. You'll learn how to use the Expression Studio programs individually, and you'll also learn how easy it is to export files and projects from one application to another. Each section of the book covers a specific program, so you can read the book from cover to cover to get a complete idea of how the entire suite works together, or just jump to specific topics of interest on the program you want to learn more about.
Microsoft Expression Web 4 Step by Step (Step by Step (Microsoft)) by Chris Leeds
Step by Step shows you how to create dynamic, standards-based Web sites. Some of the topics include how to build your site with customizable templates (or create your own ), adjust settings in Expression Web 4 to create different sites, add Photoshop files, Microsoft Silverlight® video, and .wmv files and use CSS, HTML, and XHTML to manage site style and accessibility.
Pro Expression Blend 4 by Andrew Troelsen
Pro Expression Blend 4 is for .NET developers and graphical artists who want to learn the ins and outs of the Expression Blend integrated development environment. You may know already that this tool can be used to build Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF), Silverlight, and Windows Phone 7 applications; however, this book will take you well beyond the basics and provide you with a detailed examination of key Blend topics, including workspace customization, graphics, layout, styles, themes, data binding, and the use of SketchFlow, giving you an excellent understanding of the Blend product and what it can do for you. Over the course of these eight chapters, you will learn numerous techniques to simplify the authoring of XAML using Blend.
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This page contains the Expression Community for designers and developers creating rich, modern interactive user experiences across web, desktop, and phone.
This page provides an Overview to Expression Web 3.
There are 6 videos on this page that can be viewed individually
or downloaded as a
Starter Kit (184 Megs). The Starter Kit is a zip file that includes the
videos, assets and step-by-step guides.
This page contains about 30 training videos.
The Expression Web team has published a white paper specifically
to help FrontPage users transition to Expression Web and the current environment
of Web standards.
Create a Standards-Based Web Site with Expression Web
In this Hosted
Virtual Lab, follow the scripted Lab Manual and you will build a simple Web
site using Expression Web, add layers, and images, set links, get an introduction
to Expression Web's CSS options, and learn where to find standards settings,
all using Expression Web. All this without installing the product.
Designing Pages with CSS using Expression Web
In this Hosted Virtual
Lab, move on to a more complex approach to CSS layouts, using Divs to create
a page layout and CSS to position elements on a page and apply styles for images
and text, and discover the advantages of using external style sheets all using
Expression Web. All this without installing the product.
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