Flash User Experience Best Practices

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Lynda online courses
With over 2,400 video courses from which to choose, the online classes offered at Lynda cover all levels of experience, from technical skills and creative techniques to business strategies. New courses are added weekly and Lynda allows you to learn on the go or at home with your computer, tablet, or mobile device. Lynda is a top online education platform which has logged 4 million subscribers from 150 different countries. Some of the members of Lynda include companies such as Apple, Adobe ...
With over 2,400 video courses from which to choose, the online classes offered at Lynda cover all levels of experience, from technical skills and creative techniques to business strategies. New courses are added weekly and Lynda allows you to learn on the go or at home with your computer, tablet, or mobile device. Lynda is a top online education platform which has logged 4 million subscribers from 150 different countries. Some of the members of Lynda include companies such as Apple, Adobe and even the Office of the President of the United States. The professors at Lynda are extremely knowledgeable in their field and work with you to learn everything there is to learn. For example, Aaron Dolberg teaches two courses on software engineering, and his past experience makes him a valuable asset. He was part of the engineering teams that developed Flash Professional, Flash Player, Flex and Flash Catalyst. With a vast library of video tutorials led by experts, there's a lot to explore with Lynda.

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Arts & Design
Sciences & Technology
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_Flash User Experience Best Practices_ offers solutions to common user experience issues that Flash designers and developers face every day. Topics shown include: making the browser Back button work with the Flash Player, handling state management, implementing effective Flash detection with useful alternate content, improving "scanability" and workflow in your applications, and helping users maintain context while working with your applications. Throughout the training videos, Robert Hoekman, Jr., shows you real-world examples and demonstrates techniques for improving the experiences you create. Exercise files accompany the training videos, allowing you to follow along and learn at your own pace. _Please note that while this training title is relevant regardless of which version of Flash you are using, if you wish to follow along with the exercise files, you will need Flash 8 to open the files._
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