Flash technology has overtaken the web by storm. Many designers and app developers have been utilizing Flash since it was created by Macromedia in 1996. Today modern standards have been taking over in regards to audio and video streaming, however…
Category Archives Flash
In this now redundant category you will find articles, tutorials and resources for Adobe Flash.
All designers and developers love apps, tools and services that help to make there work flow easier. That is why Adobe AIR has proven, maybe not as mainstream popular as it would have liked, to be an indispensable framework for building small and useful applications. Who has not got a Twitter client that has not be been built with AIR? Not many. That is what AIR seems to be excelling in, Twitter clients and useful web design, developer and graphic designer apps. That is the focus of todays article.
If you have ever tried to make a font very small (usually, anything below 9px), and it becomes unreadable, you are in need of a specially designed mini font, and this post is for you.
Mini-Pixel fonts have and are very popular within Flash applications, but sadly under used everywhere else. Even though, there is no denying Mini pixel fonts have an air of elegance about them.
There probably is quite a lot of debate which is the better for creating an image slideshow or gallery, CSS or Flash? Each has its own advantages and everyone has their preference, but I am sure most would agree that Flash has a special feel of sleekness, style and professionalism. Flash does have an air of being technically difficult to develop, but with these ten easy to follow Flash Gallery and Slideshow Tutorials, you will be able to put your fears to rest, and create a beautiful and dynamic gallery.
Flash design is being used less and less within web design nowadays, ads and games aside. We all know how about its down sides, and everyone certainly hates the “Click here to open in Full Screen” links that are, fortunately, not being used as much as in years gone by. There is no denying it though, visually Flash is beautiful. Is it time for a revival?