Flash Deconstruction : The Process, Design, and ActionScript of Juxt Interactive

Flash Deconstruction : The Process, Design, and ActionScript of Juxt Interactive

by Todd Purgason, Brian Drakeford, Bonnie Blake
     
 

The complete book on best-business practices for the Flash professional.

1     This is a book by professionals for professionals: It has a great combination of hard-edged ActionScripting techniques for the ambitious developer, wrapped in the context of proper workflow and innovative design and development.

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The complete book on best-business practices for the Flash professional.

1     This is a book by professionals for professionals: It has a great combination of hard-edged ActionScripting techniques for the ambitious developer, wrapped in the context of proper workflow and innovative design and development.

1     The authors are high-profile authors recognized by consumers: with 100,000 visitors to the JuxtInteractive site monthly, plus the authors are regular presenters at industry conferences.

2     Gives best-of-breed expert advice.

Working professionals-designers and non-designers alike-want to learn ActionScript as it's used in the real world. This book, however, combines referential explorations of ActionScripting functionality with used-in-the-trenches techniques honed by one of the top Flash design houses-JuxtInteractive-and then adds further perspective on each subject area by including a substantive inspirational profile of how other high-profile Flash designers do it. The first part presents ActionScripting Fundamentals, not only for those new to ActionScripting, but also to explain best practices and proper workflow to those already using ActionScripting. The second part requires the readers to walk through a deconstruction of the design house's own Website; the third part requires the reader to work through the building and deconstruction of a special site developed especially for the seminar.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780735711495
Publisher:
Pearson Education
Publication date:
11/28/2001
Series:
Voices That Matter Series
Pages:
330
Product dimensions:
10.05(w) x 8.04(h) x 0.63(d)

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