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XCWF 1000 - Flash Fundamentals

A website can be made to look more inviting with interactive graphics and animations. Discover the basic features and functions of Flash as you create different types of animations and publish them on the web. This class can be taken as part of the Web Design Smart Package. Take all of the classes in this package at a 30% discount off the full price. For details visit the Smart Package store. Class textbook included in course fee. Textbooks distributed in first course meeting. Prerequisite: Comfortable using Windows, keyboard, and mouse.

CEU Hours: 1.4

Contact Hours: 14

Course Outline

1.	Getting Started with Flash CC
    a.	Identify Components of the Flash CC Interface
    b.	Identify Elements of a Flash Project
    c.	Customize the Flash CC Interface
2.	Planning a Flash Project
    a.	Establish Project Requirements and Documentation
    b.	Implement Best Practices in Rich Media Design
3.	Creating Illustrations in Flash
    a.	Start a New Project
    b.	Draw Basic Shapes
    c.	Draw Advanced Shapes
    d.	Add Static Text
4.	Organizing the Project
    a.	Organize the Library
    b.	Create Visual Depth Using Layers
    c.	Use Symbols to Organize for Reuse
5.	Importing Assets into Flash
    a.	Import Copyrighted Material
    b.	Import Bitmap and Vector Images
    c.	Optimize Bitmap Images for Flash
6.	Creating Animation
    a.	Create Frame-by-Frame Animation
    b.	Create Tweens and Embedded Animation
    c.	Create Motion Tween Animations
    d.	Animate a Mask
    e.	Create a Button Rollover
    f.	Work with Motion Paths
7.	Adding Basic ActionScript
    a.	Apply ActionScript to Control Animation
    b.	Add Button Actions
8.	Getting Started with an ActionScript Programming Project
    a.	Plan a Programming Project
    b.	Apply ActionScript Elements
    c.	Perform Testing and Debugging
9.	Extending the Behavior of Flash Objects
    a.	Extend MovieClip Behavior
    b.	Respond to Events
10.	Accessing Structured Data
    a.	Parse XML
    b.	Apply Arrays
11.	Adding Components for Display and User Input
    a.	Add Components and Set Properties
    b.	Populate Components with Content
    c.	Respond to Item Selection in a Component
    d.	Change the Appearance of Components
12.	Loading Media Content from External Sources
    a.	Load Image Content
    b.	Load Video Content
    c.	Embed Audio Content
13.	Making Rich Media Content Accessible
    a.	Improve Navigation for Accessibility
    b.	Make Content Readable by a Screen Reader
14.	Publishing a Movie
    a.	Prepare to Publish from Flash
    b.	Edit the HTML Host Page
    c.	Publish to Various Formats
 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
21992 005 MT----- 08:00-03:59 PM 06/13/16-06/14/16 RC 245 White M 9 of 10
21993 006 --WR--- 06:00-09:29 PM 06/22/16-06/30/16 RC 245 White M 5 of 10
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Self-Paced Courses (SEL) and Self-Paced Online (SPO) are offered on a schedule of study that allows students more flexible scheduling options. Course interaction is based upon a contract between student - instructor and in some cases can take up to one calendar year to complete. Some courses may use online delivery to facilitate the learning experience.
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