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Flash is the industry standard for creating interactive vector graphics and animations on the Web. It can create scalable and compact navigational interfaces, technical illustrations and animations that automatically anti-alias and scale to the viewer's screen size. This course will explore both 2D animation and basic interactivity. Topics include vector illustration with Adobe Flash's unique drawing tools and working with type and animation (keyframe, FBF and shape tweening). Students will learn how to create basic interactivity through buttons, scenes and frames; and how to add actions to frames and buttons for more sophisticated interactivity and special effects.
Prerequisite: SMC-1031, Digital Design Basics, or equivalent.

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