Morten Rand-Hendriksen brings an Expression site to life!


For those of you following this blog, you may know that Morten Rand-Hendriksen is blogging about his experiences using Expression Studio to create a real, live site for a product called Zufall.  His commentary around his experience has been candid, providing insight as to what works, what annoys him and what he thinks is broken in the Expression Studio suite of tools.  Overall, it's an amazing journal of how he brought the site to life.


His latest post gives some of his thoughts on how the process of creating the site using Expression Web and Expression Design went.  It's a great post on showing the journey including both the triumphs and tribulations.


Well done, Morten!


Paul


[EDIT UPDATE NOTE:  I mispelled Morten's name - my apologies!  I have updated Morten's name in this post to the correct spelling.]

Comments (2)

  1. Morten says:

    It’s nice to see that a huge company like Microsoft actually listens to it’s users. Being on the “bottom” it often feels like it’s pointless to even try to communicate your questions and concerns to the creators but that’s just not the case here. Quite frankly I’m overwhelmed by the quick and inquisitive response I’ve gotten on my blog from a multitude of people at Microsoft.

    *That sound you’re hearing is me loudly applauding the effort to reach out to the end user*

    And just because I’m picky: It’s HenDriksen with a ‘D’

    Morten

  2. Morten says:

    As promised I’ve posted the first of many video tutorials on using the Expression Suite. The first one – part one of two about the design of the iZufall.com website is up and running as a Silverlight application.

    The post:

    http://blog.pinkandyellow.com/microsoft-expression-design/izufall-project-from-concept-to-design-using-expression-design-20070806/

    Direct link to the video:

    http://blog.pinkandyellow.com/tutorials/iZufall%20iframe.htm

    morten

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