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Add an animation to your web projects with a CSS sprite sheet, in this quick, project-based course.
Learn how to create a preloader from an animated GIF, using After Effects, Photoshop or Fireworks, and Adobe Edge Animate.
Understand where Fireworks fits into the workflow for digital media projects ranging from simple web page prototyping to interface design for rich Internet applications.
Shows how to create custom web graphics and web site mockups with Fireworks CS6.
Explore the new features and enhancements to Fireworks, the Adobe web graphic and prototyping application.
Shows how to create interfaces, systems, and devices revolved around user behavior.
How to create interactive wireframes and prototypes using Fireworks CS5.
A detailed overview of Fireworks CS5, Adobe’s software for creating and optimizing web graphics and interactive prototypes.
Demonstrates the most significant changes in Fireworks CS5, Adobe’s web graphics creation and optimization program.
Demonstrates scheduling and expected output for good prototyping, from wireframing to storyboarding to creating multi-page mockups for design feedback.
How to customize the interface and use layout tools like Smart Guides and the 9-Slice Scaling tool.
Jim Babbage guides users through the most important changes in Adobe's Fireworks CS4.
Master each tool in Fireworks to create and edit all kinds of amazing web-based graphics.
How to design and export static, animated, and interactive graphics for the web.
Explore working with and creating vector and bitmap image content, animation, optimization, interactivity, and exporting methods.
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