Microsoft Expression Graphic Designer

Microsoft Expression Graphic Designer

Microsoft Expression Design is Microsoft's commercial professional illustration vector and raster graphic design tool for web images based on Creature House Expression, which was acquired by Microsoft in 2003. It is part of the Microsoft Expression Studio suite. Expression Design is more oriented towards editing XAML and web graphics rather than print graphics (like Photoshop and Illustrator) and does not incorporate all of the raster image editing features of the original Creature House Expression.

Expression Design was codenamed Acrylic and was originally announced as Expression Graphic Designer until the current name was adopted in December 2006.

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... The final version of Expression Design was released to manufacturing along with other Expression products on 30 April 2007 ... The RTM news was announced at Microsoft's MIX 07 conference for web developers and designers ... Service Pack 1 for Expression Design was released on October 17, 2007 ...

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