Adobe Flash CS6 *
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Course Overview

Adobe Flash is a professional authoring environment used to create animations, advertisements and design elements, multimedia content and to develop Rich Internet Applications. This course will provide you with a solid foundation to the world of interactivity by exploring the various approaches to planning and developing animation sequences, slideshows, and assets for use in HTML5.

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Duration: Two-Day Course
Platform: Windows and Macintosh
Fee: Call for information 

We recommend one to eight people for this course.

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Application Overview: Adobe Flash CS6

Adobe Flash is an authoring tool that web designers and developers use to create presentations, applications, and other content that enables user interaction. Adobe Flash projects can include simple animations, video content, complex presentations, applications, and everything in between.

Adobe Flash is extremely well suited to creating content for delivery over the Internet because its files are very small. Most users already have the free Adobe Flash player installed so they can view Flash content in web pages seamlessly.

To build an application in Flash, you create graphics with the Adobe Flash drawing tools and import additional media elements into your Flash document. Next, you define how and when you want to use each of those elements to create the application you have in mind.

Users: Creative, Design and Web Development Professionals as well as anyone who needs to create interactive websites, rich media advertisements, instructional media, engaging presentations or online games.