Flash ActionScript Programming If you enjoy creating animations and sites and scripting interactive actions in Flash, then you're ready to jump to the next level by learning programming with ActionScript. ActionScript allows you to create highly interactive and entertaining applications that can be modified. By learning some basic scripting, you can start to build interactive games and other applications that are fully-featured.
In this advanced Flash ActionScript course, you will learn the history and basics of computer programming and write high-level ActionScript code. These codes place, alter and move the elements of an onscreen design. Working with Flash pro David Witt, you will learn ActionScript by building a classic video game in just six lessons. Along the way, you will learn key ActionScript programming skills and methods while building up your personal and professional Flash applications. Using a code base, you'll learn how to create game interfaces and control game flow all with the power of ActionScript!
David Witt is a Brooklyn, NYC-based new media artist and award-winning interactive multimedia designer. He has worked for many top brands and agencies, and has a background in graphic design, web design, digital imaging and high-end print production. His current focus is on creating new paradigms in interface design and multimedia applications using FlashMX/Actionscript, which he also uses to create abstract animations that are shown at galleries and new media venues around New York City. David holds a MFA in Design + Technology from Parsons School of Design.
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Own and have basic experience with Flash MX or MX 2004. Own and have basic experience with a digital imaging program such as Photoshop or Fireworks.