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by Nat Gertler

ePub Project: Flash (Project (Delmar)) download
Author:
Nat Gertler
ISBN13:
978-0766854444
ISBN:
0766854442
Language:
Publisher:
OnWord Press; 1 edition (November 29, 2001)
Category:
Subcategory:
Web Development & Design
ePub file:
1832 kb
Fb2 file:
1868 kb
Other formats:
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Rating:
4.1
Votes:
660

Start using Macromedia Flash today to bring web pages to life with animations, interactivity, deluxe menu systems and more Project: Flash features 20 high-interest projects based on Flash 5 to lead readers, step-by-step, to a complete understanding of the whys and hows of using one of today's most popular tools for creating online animation and interesting interfaces.

Also a Web site designer and comic book creator, Gertler excels at converting complicated technologies into simple step-by-step explanations. His talent for putting visual concepts into words brought him a nomination for comicdom's Eisner Award. Series: Project (Delmar). Paperback: 220 pages.

Project Flash MX features 20 hands-on projects designed to lead readers, step-by-step, to a thorough .

Project Flash MX features 20 hands-on projects designed to lead readers, step-by-step, to a thorough understanding of the "whys" and "hows" of today's most popular tool for creating innovative web graphics. Ideal for readers who learn by doing, every project in this fast-paced and richly illustrated how-to book is broken down into a set of specific procedures. For additional simplification, each procedure is further divided into a series of short, straightforward steps that are accompanied by clear, concise, and easy-to-follow instructions

Nat Gertler is an award-winning writer with experience in books, magazines, web, TV, and comics. Multimedia Illustrated. The Project series (published by Delmar/Thompson Learning; created series format and wrote all volumes in series). Project Dreamweaver MX. Project Flash.

Nat Gertler is an award-winning writer with experience in books, magazines, web, TV, and comics. In comics, he has been a writer and an entrepreneur. He has written and spoken extensively about the artform. Project Flash MX. Project Illustrator. Project Photoshop 7. Project QuarkXPress 5. Other books. Netscape Navigator 6-in-1 (co-author) - Que Books.

Online Companion: Project Flash. Project Flash support page. Hey folks, I hope you're enjoying the book! Looking for an image: This is the map (don't worry, it's actually much bigger and better looking than you see here. I had shrank it so it wouldn't fill up your browser window.

Project: Photoshop features 20 high-interest projects based on Photoshop 6 to lead readers, step-by-step, to a complete .

Project: Photoshop features 20 high-interest projects based on Photoshop 6 to lead readers, step-by-step, to a complete understanding of the whys and hows of using one of today's most popular digital image manipulation tools. Ideal for readers who want to learn by doing, every project in this fast-paced and heavily illustrated how-to book is broken down into a set of useful and specific procedures. Also a Web site designer and comic book creator, Gertler excels at converting complicated technologies into simple step-by-step explanations.

Project Flash Project Delmar.

Start using Macromedia Flash today to bring web pages to life with animations, interactivity, deluxe menu systems and more! Project: Flash features 20 high-interest projects based on Flash 5 to lead readers, step-by-step, to a complete understanding of the whys and hows of using one of today's most popular tools for creating online animation and interesting interfaces. Ideal for readers who want to learn by doing, every project in this fast-paced and heavily illustrated how-to book is broken down into a set of useful and specific procedures. For additional simplification, each procedure is further divided into a series of small, straightforward steps that are accompanied by extraordinarily clear, concise, and easy-to-follow instructions. Tips appear at strategic points to reinforce key concepts and help readers avoid pitfalls when steps are neither obvious nor intuitive. "Deeper Understanding" features are also built into the book, allowing readers to explore in greater detail some of the most frequently used and innovative functions of Flash. All projects are presented in a logical sequence that affords opportunities to expand upon skills learned in previous projects. However, each and every project produces its own tangible and rewarding result to propel beginning through intermediate users to new skills-making this book a "must" for every user.
  • Excellent for beginners...
    I'm not sure why the previous reviewer felt a need to bash this book in two separate reviews, but he is wrong!
    I am an advanced Flash developer, with my own small business developing sophisticated interactive Flash content for large corporate clients. While I already am familiar with all of the concepts in the 20 projects in this book, I purchased it to help train a new part-time Flash developer/contractor in many of the skills she will need to be a contributor on my larger Flash projects. She has already read one basic Flash book, and has done some simple Flash content entry on one project for me. Now I am asking her to work through most of the 20 projects in this book so that she'll be ready to contribute even more on my next large project.
    This new developer has many years of previous mainframe programming experience but likes this easy book because she can review hundreds of basic Flash skills by applying them, rather than just reading. I also used a few of the projects in this book to train my 16-yr-old son on some Flash basics, and he enjoyed the projects and learned from them.
    This book is an excellent value for the beginning Flash developer who wants to become "solid" in the basics, and learn by doing rather than just reading, before moving on to learn more complex, interactive Flash functionality!

  • Useless lessons for everyone, not for beginner to advanced people. Bad design for printing layout and the projects. Meaningless projects, but expensive.