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  1. Daniel Matejka

    “And, we will design new features in Flash for a smooth transition to HTML5 as the standards evolve so developers can confidently invest knowing their skills will continue to be leveraged.” I wish I could believe this sentence.

  2. Bobbi

    Very disappointed with Adobe. Flash websites are interesting and designers can use real creativity to create interesting websites. HTML websites all look alike. They are boring. The boxes are obvious. CSS is a pain. I do not like Steve Jobs, for he was a bully, intent on getting his way.

    I hope all designers will send Adobe a message. If you cannot realize that Apple cannot exist without YOU, the software designers, you do not realize your own power over Apple. Apple designed the computer for graphic design, but the software is what is important. We can design on any platform as long as the software exists.

    Adobe has a great product that is already effective. Why waste time on a boring, tedious scripting platform to design the same boring frames for every website in the world. I think Adobe has made a serious mistake. I use Flash to design the entire website. If all designers would learn to reduce their files for all stagnant images, the Flash websites would load faster, with no issues. Also, designers, learn to create scenes with content as the pages of your site. Do not use timelines with thousands of frames, if you use scenes and program your buttons to change to the scene where the needed contents is embedded, your site will be manageable.

    Really, learn to use the software correctly and you will see that a Flash website is the best software to create well designed individual sites, rather than cookie cutter site.

  3. Giane-Luci Franca

    I don’t know much about Flash, but it seems to be much more interesting than HTML5 and that’s the why I chose this course.

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