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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.
>> Hi. Welcome to Flash User Experience Best Practices. I'm Robert Hoekman, Jr. and in this course we're gonna talk about some fundamental issues such as why user experience is important and how to implement some good user experience practices in your Flash content and applications. We're gonna talk about things like how to design effective forms, how to strip out some unnecessary design elements and generally focus your applications in content and how to use Flash detection properly. I hope you enjoy the course. I'll see you at the end.
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