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Adobe Flash CC Design Intermediate with ACP Exam 3 Days - Glasgow

Key Course Details:

Level:

Intermediate

Duration:

3
Days
- 10am to 5pm

Price:

£695 + vat

Join the professionals in getting the best out of the most well-known interactive-design program. Our course will show you how to use some of the advanced design tools in Flash, and will help you to improve the look and feel of your web projects. Pass the ACP exam and get qualified!

With our help, you will take your existing Flash know-how and enhance it as you learn how to create galleries, build navigation controls, and more. We will show you how to apply advanced modes and test your projects before you produce the output. This course is a great way to improve the quality and consistency of your interactive designs. You will test your new skills as you take the ACP exam.

Join the professionals in getting the best out of the most well-known interactive-design program. Our course will show you how to use some of the advanced design tools in Flash, and will help you to improve the look and feel of your web projects. Pass the ACP exam and get qualified!

With our help, you will take your existing Flash know-how and enhance it as you learn how to create galleries, build navigation controls, and more. We will show you how to apply advanced modes and test your projects before you produce the output. This course is a great way to improve the quality and consistency of your interactive designs. You will test your new skills as you take the ACP exam.

  • Flash Design ACP Intermediate 3 Days

    Course Details

    This 3-day Intermediate course will help to develop your skills as you explore the advanced features of Adobe Flash CC.

    You will already understand the basics of the program, and we will show you how to take that knowledge to the next level. We will cover topics such as structuring designs and integrating ActionScript 3 code written by development team members. We break the course down into these distinct sections:

    • Advanced design and animation techniques: exploring some of the latest features of Flash and design best practice
    • Workshop examples: used to show how design can work in harmony with development in Flash and ActionScript 3

    Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to:

    • Build photo galleries, carousels, and MP3 players
    • Structure projects by adding navigation features
    • Apply perspective, blend modes, and other 3D features
    • Test your output and simulate a download

    The final day of the course is dedicated to the Adobe Certified Professional (ACP) Flash exam, including trying a mock exam, reviewing answers, and then taking the real exam. The ACP exam represents an official qualification, and you will be provided with an instant pass or fail result. We are confident that you will join everyone we have already helped to pass the exam and collect an official certificate of Adobe Certified Professional status.

    As well as giving you the opportunity to take the ACP exam, this course is the perfect preparation if you plan to take the Adobe Certified Expert (ACE) exam.

    Our goals are for you to understand the advanced features of Flash, to become a confident power user, and to leave with an ACP qualification under your belt.

    Course Target Audience and delegate prerequisites:

    This course is intended for designers and developers who wish to enhance their existing knowledge of Flash.

    You will need basic experience in using Flash. Ideally, you will have taken our Adobe Flash CC Design Introduction 2 Day course.

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  • Full Course Outline

    The following is a general outline. The range of topics covered during your training is dependent upon student level, time available and preferences of your course booking.

    Banner Adverts
    • Dimensions and file sizes
    • Working our graphics before use
    • The kuler extension
    • Motion tweening with the motion editor and easing
    • Duplicating motion to a second symbol
    • Motion presets
    • Mask layers and movieclips in retrospect
    Introducing Interaction
    • Movieclips as buttons
    • Using this to create popups
    • Blend modes and reflections
    • Instance names
    • Scaling symbols and 9-slice view
    • The scroll pane and scrolling content
    Frame by Frame Animation
    • Illustrator as a tool
    • The import process
    • Drawn and scanned content
    • Import an image series
    • Tracing bitmaps and optimizing curves
    Working in 3D
    • First, the limitations
    • Using perspective to produce a different design
    • Gradient styles
    • Bitmap fills
    • Blend modes to darken into the distance
    • Movement in 3D and the motion editor
    • Rotation in 3D and the classic problem of completion
    • Publish settings and GPU acceleration
    Working with XFL
    • After Effects to Flash workflow
    • Indesign to Flash using xfl
    Getting it All Online
    • Using a swf in a dreamweaver page
    • Window modes and overlapping divs
    • The code produced by flash and how to use it
    The Flash Project
    • Creating a project
    • Separating content into separate swfs
    • The UILoader component
    • Backgrounds and 9-slice scaling
    • Libraries and runtime sharing
    Building Navigation
    • Movieclips as buttons
    • Frame labels
    • Audio on our buttons and runtime sharing
    • Grouping buttons as a navigation bar
    • Filters revisited
    • Instance names
    • Accessibility on our buttons
    • Applying a document class to intercept interaction
    The Home Page
    • Static text and anti-aliasing
    • Importing an image for use
    • Converting to a movieclip to apply a filter
    • Introducing dynamic text
    • Fixing the size and making it scrollable
    • Adding the all important scroll bar
    • Making our text and images accessible
    • Considering localisation of content
    The About Page
    • Working in the library
    • Producing more interesting content
    • Don’t forget accessibility and localisation
    • Using the scroll pane to make it scroll
    The Products Page
    • Building another swf
    • Creating each item as a movieclip
    • Using the UILoader to load images at runtime
    • The download preview
    The Contact Page
    • Using scenes for navigation
    • Building a more interesting navigation bar with images
    • Applying a class to our buttons
    • Duplicating the scenes
    • Applying a document class to resolve navigation
    • Importing images
    • Making the map more exciting with a component
    • Building a form to collect information
    • The importance of instance names
    Publishing and Previewing Our Microsite
    • Reviewing the publish settings
    • Publishing the movie
    • Viewing in the browser
    The Key is in the Name
    • Planning and communication
    • The initial design prototype and the first development meeting
    • Symbol names and types
    • Instance names
    • Export for actionscript and eloquent structure
    • Banner Advert ClickTags
    • The theory of banner advert providers
    • An insight into the html
    • Applying a document class to our banner
    • Viewing the example online
    A Preloader
    • Movie structure
    • Export for actionscript
    • Looking at the bandwidth profiler
    • Adding a preloader scene
    • Changing the compiler settings
    • Using the deco tool to produce a preloader animation
    • Linking to our document class
    • Testing the movie and simulating the download
    A Progress Bar
    • The progress bar plan
    • Working in layers
    • Instance names and registration points
    • Masks can make things look great!
    • Clever looping animation
    • Using and naming our progress bar
    • Linking to the class definition
    • Testing the movie and simulating the download
    A Photo Gallery
    • The prototype sketch
    • Preparing our photos using batch processing
    • Writing an xml file
    • Building our flash movie
    • Creating dummy movieclips
    • Dynamic text and embedding fonts
    • Adding backgrounds and borders
    • Linking in our document class
    • Testing the movie and simulating the download
    A Presentation
    • Working with scenes
    • Adding some animation
    • Playing it through
    • It would be nice to have some control
    • Applying our code from the developer
    • Exploring the functionality
    A Simple Tabbed View
    • Building our tabs
    • Building our pages
    • Naming the instances
    • Linking the pages and tabs to the base class
    • Enabling the component definitions
    • Viewing the component inspector
    • Setting the parameters
    • Testing the movie
    A 3D Carousel
    • Building each item as a movieclip
    • Building a popup as a named instance
    • Creating a dummy movieclip to determine width, height and position
    • Applying a background gradient
    • Compile items into a Carousel
    • Items movieclip and export for actionscript
    • Link our carousel to the developer’s code
    • Testing the movie
    An MP3 Player
    • Building our individual components
    • Bringing them together and naming the instances
    • Linking our MP3Player to the developer’s code
    • Enabling the component definition
    • Drag and drop the component into the design
    • Use the component inspector to set the mp3
    • Filename
    An e-Book
    • Building our individual components
    • Bringing them together and naming the instances
    • Linking the document to our developer’s code
    • Testing the movie and exploring the functionality
    A 3D Loader for Product Visualisation
    • Building a dummy placeholder
    • Linking to the developer’s code
    • Enabling the component definition
    • Adding the component to the movie
    • Setting the 3d filename in the component inspector
    • Testing the movie and exploring the functionality
    Flash ACA (Adobe Certified Associate) Exam
    • Preparation
    • Exam
    • Pass or fail?
  • Location Details

    This course is provided at our Scotland training centre located in central Glasgow at:

    Centrum Business Centre
    38 Queen Street
    Glasgow
    G1 3DX

    The Glasgow training centre is located on Queen Street in the heart of Glasgow close to Central Station, Queen Street Station and Argyle Street Station.

    Daily course times run between 10am and 4:30pm with an hour break for lunch and both mid morning and mid-afternoon refreshment breaks. We recommend arrival at 9.45am for registration on the first day of the course.

    View Full details of our Glasgow Training Venue and Course options

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  • Flash CC Design ACP Intermediate - Upcoming Glasgow Course Dates

  • Client Reviews

    "The instructor was very clear and constructive. Good examples to work through."

    Alex Farr, University of Portsmouth, Flash - 3 Day Introduction

    "I found the course most rewarding and the trainer was excellent. The whole experience exceeded my expectations and it took my knowledge to a whole other level."

    Lena Hultkvist, The Swedish Church in London, Flash ACA - 5 Day Masterclass

    "Learnt more than expected from an intro course! Trainer made sure we got it at all stages and the small group really helped."

    Leyla Sanai, The Co-operative Group, Flash - 2 Day Introduction

    "The training was very effective and the key concepts of using Flash were delivered very well. The trainer quickly adapted to our specific needs. "

    Aaron Singson, Idox, Flash - 2 Day Bespoke

    "The course was totally tailored to our needs. Fabulous delivery, shame we ran out of time!"

    Michelle Harrison, Greater Manchester Police, Bespoke Intermediate - 1 Day Bespoke

    "Great training course. Covered everything we needed with a good balance of demonstration and hands on exercises. Trainer went at exactly the right pace for the delegates."

    Imelda Molloy, Scottish Enterprise, Appligent Redax - 1 Day Introduction

    "The trainer was very clear and concise and even managed to help us look at our own new site under construction and answer any related queries regarding Dreamweaver."

    Mike Johns, 3663

    "I had no knowledge of InDesign prior to this training, now I feel like I can use it with confidence. The course has equipped me with new skills and knowledge that has made me genuinely excited to get back to work and use this software."

    Sam Wright, Industrial Tomography Systems, InDesign Introduction - 2 Days

    "It was good fun, informative and I feel like I learnt a lot. It has also made me want to do more courses."

    Stephanie Razis, Salamanca, InDesign - 2 Day Introduction

    "Excellent course, I picked up a lot of information and tips which will be really useful. "

    Stephen Baldwin, NRL, WordPress - 2 Day Introduction