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Building Better Buttons in Expression Blend and Silverlight

, 3 Apr 2010
A beginner's guide to building robust, scalable, and easily editable buttons. As well as covering Template Binding to the Style, Layout, Animation, Opacity Masks, Scalability, and Reuse.
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About the Author

Alan Beasley
User Interface Analyst
United Kingdom United Kingdom
I've been playing with computers since my first Acorn Electron, & after blowing up a few ZX Spectrums. I moved on to the C64 & Amiga, & eventually reluctantly on to the PC.
 
I have learnt a wide set of skills during my 38 years of existence, living in the UK, on the sunny south coast.
 
My main area of expertise is Graphic/Visual Design, Usability & UI Design. I am not a programmer, but am fairly technically minded due to studying Mechanical Engineering at Uni.
 
I have work both Freelance & for IBM as a Graphic Designer, & am skilled in the usual graphics packages like, PhotoShop, CorelDraw or Illustrator, Premier, Dreamweaver, Flash etc.
But I originally started with Lightwave & 3D animation.

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