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Fearless Flash: How to Use Adobe InDesign CS5 and the Tools You Already Know to Create Engaging Web Experiencesby Claudia McCue
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This is the eBook version of the printed book. InDesign CS5 opens the door to a new world: with the addition of exciting animation tools and deeper multimedia support. It's now a viable interactive authoring tool. Designers want to create engaging interactive content, but may resist making the transition from page layout to timeline-based thinking. But now it's much easier: InDesign CS5's new interactive features are intuitive and easy to learn. And once they've mastered those tools in the familiar world of InDesign, they'll find that Flash isn't scary after all. Designers already know how to add text, graphics, and geometric shapes to a page in InDesign, it's a short walk to adding interactive features. Before they know it, they're creating Flash content.
There's no reason for designers to fear the "foreign territory" of Adobe" Flash". Thanks to the new interactive tools in Adobe InDesign CS5, any designer can expand their skill set to create documents containing extensive interactivity, including movies, multimedia, and animation, and then export to the web--- without leaving their comfort zone. This four-color guide complete with lessons and support files takes you step by step through actual projects, building with the tools in InDesign and Adobe" Flash Catalyst to create engaging interactive content. Author Claudia McCue eases the transition from print designer to interactive designer with her engaging style and real-world examples.
About the Author
Claudia Mccue is a prepress pro with more than 20 years of hands-on desktop publishing experience. She is the owner of Practicalia, an independent training provider specializing in Adobe products. She is the author of Real World Print Production with Adobe Creative Suite Applications.
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