Synopses & Reviews
Face it: Poorly designed, static Web sites just don't cut it anymore. The Web (not to mention the technology surrounding it) has been around long enough, and people have grown accustomed enough to dealing with it, that folks want (and expect) a little razzle-dazzle when they go online. For just $12.99, this compact guide shows you how to deliver it! Whether your boss wants you to jazz up the company's Web site or you're burning the midnight oil trying to pull together some Web animations for a class project, this tightly focused, project-based guide shows you how to start creating Flash animations in an instant! Using big, bold full-color pictures and streamlined instructions, it covers just the need-to-know essentials that will get you animating with Flash: using the Flash authoring tool, creating and animating graphics, tweening, adding sound, and more.
- Learn the basics of how to add interactivity, sound, and animations to your Web site.
- Focused approach and low price ($12.99) makes this the perfect guide for someone looking to learn how to create something in Flash.
- Visual QuickProject Guide provides great jumping off point for further Flash exploration.
Using big, bold pictures and streamlined instructions, this full-color guide covers just the need-to-know essentials that will get readers animating with Flash: using the Flash authoring tool, creating and animating graphics, tweening, adding sound and video, and more.
About the Author
A graphic designer with more than fifteen years experience, David Morris began developing Web sites in 1995. An original member of the Macromedia Fireworks development team, David was responsible for user interface design and function of Web development features for versions 1-3. His later work as product manager for Fireworks and FreeHand, allowed him to work closely with professional Web developers gaining a clear understanding of the challenges and opportunities that Web development provides. David has developed Flash-based web sites in corporate, non-profit and educational arenas.