The Microsoft Expression team has made available two new beta builds that folks interested in Microsoft’s evolving design-tool products and strategy might want to check out.

There’s a new build (Beta 2) of Expression Blend (the product formerly code-named “Sparkle”) and a first full-fledged beta build of Expression Design (formerly code-named “Acrylic”) available for download.

The February CTP of WPF/E (Windows Presentation Foundation/Everywhere ? Microsoft’s Flash competitor) is now also available for download.

Download: Expression Design Beta 1
Download: Expression Blend Beta 2
Download: WPF/E February CTP
View: Microsoft Expression Homepage

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