Adobe Flash – Essentials Course – IT, computers, web sites, movies, YouTube, images, design, illustrations, animation. training course and courses

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Belfast City
Cork City
Dublin City
Galway City
Price: on request
Duration: 1 Day
Part Time and Evening
9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Course description

Adobe says “Flash software is the industry standard for interactive authoring and delivery ofimmersive experiences that present consistentlyacross personal computers, mobile devices, andscreens of virtually any size and resolution. Create interactive experiences Express your creative vision and attention to detail and design pixel-perfect interactive content with exceptional typography, flexible layouts, and incredibly smooth animation.”

Adobe Flash Essentials skills include:
Drawing Tools
Basic Animation
Saving and Exporting

Course Aims
The course is for anyone with an interest in producing Flash animations and files. It takes
participants from the beginning to being able to create and edit simple animations. It shows
participants how to create basic shapes and put them into libraries. Participants gain an understanding of the use of layers and how to place objects on them, hape and motion tweens are used to create simple animations.

Participants also learn the importance of export formats and publishing files for use on websites and intearctive pages.

Course Duration
The course runs over one day.

Entry is open -but participants need good general computer skills.

Participants receive the Griffin College Certificate in Flash Essentials

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