Doing Prince2 product breakdown diagrams in Visio drives me nuts – I prefer to use MindJet MindManager Pro.
MindManager automatically numbers the sections even from a specific starting number. In this case the top level product has number 321.
With this cool tool from Micheal Scherotter it’s possible to export a MindManager Map to a SilverLight application. I’ve then embedded the application in a CEWP in WSS.
Pretty cool I think.
From basic vector-based drawings to professional three-dimensional graphics built with Live Effects, Ted LoCascio covers the full range of possibilities in Getting Started with Expression Design. He starts by explaining Expression Design’s interface and how to work with documents, then moves on to cover working with objects and applying fills, strokes, and effects for best results. Exercise files accompany this training.
Getting Started with Expression Design – lynda.com Online Training Library®
In Getting Started with Expression Blend , Lee Brimelow covers all the basics that every designer and developer of WPF and Silverlight content needs to know. He starts with an overview of how Expression Blend fits into WPF and Silverlight workflows, then guides viewers through the process of creating and manipulating objects, building timeline-based animations, and exporting compositions into XMAL for use in Visual Studio.
Getting Started with Expression Blend – lynda.com Online Training Library®
From SearchVB comes a complete Sharepoint guide “SharePoint 2007 Learning Guide“. It contains pages with a bunch of links to relevant articles and screencasts on the following topics: