Rich Shupe is the founder and president of FMA -- a full-service multimedia development company and training facility in New York City. Rich teaches Flash and other digital technologies, in academic and commercial environments worldwide, and is a professor at New York's School of Visual Arts in the MFA computer art program. He is a technical writer for DevX.com, Adobe, and others, and the author of multiple books, including Flash 8: Projects for Learning Animation and Interactivity and the upcoming Learning ActionScript 3, both from O'Reilly. FMA develops CD-ROMs and Web sites for clients including McGraw-Hill, Phillips, 20th Century Fox, and Nickelodeon, and trains digital media professionals in many disciplines. www.fmaonline.com
Explores key aspects of working with Flash CS3 to create professional animations, interactive websites, and multimedia presentations.
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