Intro to Flash Production CG-261

Course Code CG-261
Course Name Intro to Flash Production
Category Media, Arts and Design
Description Introduction to Flash Production introduces Adobe Flash, one of the most powerful interactive media authoring tools.

You will learn the principles and processes involved in real world Flash production, as well as the dynamics of how it is delivered and viewed via the Web. You will gain a practical understanding of the production principles involved with Flash application development and the related intricacies of online distribution. Among specific topics covered in the Introduction to Flash Production course will be animation, filters, blend modes, bitmaps, masking, buttons, interactivity, publishing, exporting and more.

The class, made up of lectures, case studies, discussions and tutorials, grades you on aspects such as a portfolio flowchart/storyboard, a promotional presentation and an online portfolio.

Upon successful completion of this course you will be able to demonstrate the ability to:

• Understand contemporary interactive media methods and models;
• Identify fundamental elements of interactive media;
• Create simple animations and interactive projects;
• Integrate text, images, audio and video from other sources;
• Generate content for the Web using Flash;
• Control the Flash environment using basic level action scripting.
Notes Prerequisite: Web Fundamentals CG-093 or equivalent.
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