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The Flash MX Project (Voices)

by Cheryl Brumbaugh-Duncan

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Learn Macromedia Flash MX from the absolute beginning through The Flash MX Project. This book begins with web project management concerns and challenges as well as Web design considerations and concepts, and then quickly progresses through beginning and intermediate Flash MX skills. The Flash MX Project is broken up into a collection of hands-on seminars that each focus on teaching a specific aspect of Flash MX. Each seminar begins with a lesson that covers the concepts and techniques contained in that seminar. Then it continues with a Workshop, in which you are taken step-by-step through applying those concepts and techniques to an actual Flash movie. Reflecting the popularity, style, and award-winning innovation of many children's activity web sites, including Crayola and Lego, The Flash MX Project features a fictional children's activity site. If you choose to work through the book cover-to-cover, you will build an entire Flash web site that includes compelling graphics and animation, audio, video, ActionScript-driven activities, games and personalization, and XML-driven forms. However, if you wish to learn a specific aspect of Flash MX, you'll be able to go right to the seminar that covers it, open the source files off of the CD, and pick it right up.

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