Designing Great Experiences for SharePoint 2010

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Learn how to design a great user experience for SharePoint 2010. As a web developer, you will learn simple techniques for branding your SharePoint web sites and Master Pages using CSS3 and HTML5. Also see how to easily transition from basic to advanced techniques to quickly add value to your web designs. Understand how to extend your designs into IE9 and Silverlight to provide the best end to end experiences.

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    alirobe

    Unfortunately I can't switch my SP2010 site out of IE8 compatibility mode because it breaks the 'OK' button when submitting a new list item in an AJAX dialog. Tried to debug it but I'd have to muck about with web.configs etc, gets very messy. Shame, really. I was looking forward to exploiting IE9+HTML5 on our intranet.

    It's really annoying that basically all the new features I was expecting to exploit in SP2010: Social tagging of external sites, HTML5 compat, cross-browser compat, sandboxes, etc - are all subtly broken. it seems like large elements of SP2010 are really just SP2007 broken differently...

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    Pieter Dhondt

    Where can I find all these shiny-looking templates like the coffee one? :)

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    Dolphinfan

    Hi Paul Stubbs,

    I'm upgrading my company's intranet site and it's in need of a major UI overhaul.  Several of the templates that you showed in the branding portion of your presentation looked very interesting. You mentioned that the templates would be available soon; can you provide a more specific timeframe?

    Thanks,
    Gary Kearney

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