David Morris began creating Web sites in 1995 and has developed Web sites in corporate, non-profit, and educational arenas. In addition, he was an original member of the Macromedia Fireworks development team as well as product manager for Fireworks and Freehand.
Creating a Web Site with Flash CS3 Professional: Visual QuickProject Guideby David Morris
With 75% of U.S. households having Internet connections, more people than ever are going online for information, shopping, or just to surf. The need for interactive and well-designed sites has never been higher, and more people are looking to learn—or improve—their Web skills. For the busy professionals whose boss wants them to jazz up their Web site, or the student burning the midnight oil to put together some Web animations for a class, Creating a Web Site with Adobe Flash CS3 Professional: Visual QuickProject Guide is just the book they need to start creating Flash sites in an instant. Pared down to just the essentials, this book shows readers who are short on time just what they need to know to accomplish their first project in Flash. Topics covered include using the Flash authoring tool, creating and animating graphics, tweening, loading dynamic data, adding sound and video, plus coverage of new Flash CS3 features: Primitive Object drawing tools, Adobe Illustrator import, Active content detection, and more. It’s everything readers need to know to develop their Web site using Adobe Flash! The book’s companion Web site offers project files and updates.
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