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4 Expression Studio 3 Starter Kits available for download

August 12, 2009

AGI has put together 4 starter kits for you to enjoy.  The Starter Kits cover SketchFlow, Game Programming, SuperPreview and Silverlight Support in Expression Web. Each Kit includes a guide, assets and tutorial videos.

Introduction to Prototyping with SketchFlow in Expression Blend 3
Discover SketchFlow, a new feature set in Expression Blend 3 that helps you define the concept for user experiences in early stages of the design process. From sketches to wireframes to prototypes of simple or high definition, SketchFlow provides you the right tools to communicate your ideas and gather feedback from others.

Venture into Gaming with Behaviors in Expression Blend 3
Learn how to build a traditional “bricks” game using Expression Blend 3 Behaviors. Simply drag and drop Behaviors over objects in your artboard to easily add powerful and sophisticated functions like animation, physics, interactivity, data connection, effects and more. All without coding. The ever growing Behaviors Gallery is always available for you to download new behaviors.

Discovering SuperPreview in Expression Web 3
Learn about SuperPreview, a new visual diagnostics tool in Expression Web 3. In this Starter Kit you will be provided with detailed guidance on how to leverage SuperPreview to diagnose issues across multiple browser, all with full rendering fidelity and detailed control.

Support for Silverlight in Expression Web 3
Learn how to leverage the new and easy to use Silverlight support features in Expression Web 3. Then take your websites and publish them to an FTP location without having to leave Expression Web.

  1. shaggygi
    August 12, 2009 at 11:39 am

    there are files that need a password to unzip.

  2. John Graham
    August 12, 2009 at 3:49 pm

    Hi, on the SketchFlow tutorial. 2nd chapter. I assume you cant run this tutorial on the Blend 3 + SketchFlow trial that is available because just after you drew the mountains it says to select a particular style. On the Trial however a different list of styles is shown than on the screenshot in the tutorial document.The style mentioned in the tutorial doesnt seem to be there.

  3. August 13, 2009 at 8:57 pm

    @shaggygi – I couldn’t find any protected .zip files. Do you remember which Starter Kit they were in?@John Graham – Make sure that you click Assets -> Styles -> SketchStyles to find the “TitleCenter-Sketch” Style. You maye have to scroll the Assets panel and make sure you are working on a SketchFlow project and not just a regular Silverlight project.

  4. David
    September 4, 2009 at 12:04 pm

    The “Prototyping_with_Sketchflow_StarterKit.zip” file states “File ‘snowboardData_files’ is password protected. Please enter the password in the box below.” when unzipping using the Windows extraction wizard.

  5. Sean
    October 7, 2009 at 9:45 pm

    I’m getting the same “File ’snowboardData_files’ is password protected” issue as David. I’ve emailed Jeremy Osborn (the presenter) but in case he is actually ‘snowboard’ it would be good you could find out please Adam.

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