Foundation Flash Catalyst

Foundation Flash Catalyst

By: Greg Goralski (author), LordAlex Leon (author)Paperback

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This book offers an introduction to Flash Catalyst for designers with intermediate to advanced skills. It discusses where Catalyst sits within the production process and how it communicates with other programs. It covers all of the features of the Flash Catalyst workspace, teaching you how to create designs from scratch, how to build application designs and add functionality, and how to master the Catalyst/Flex workflow. * Introduces Flash Catalyst * Focuses on production process * Covers the interrelation between Flash Catalyst and Photoshop/Illustrator/Flex/Flash

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About Author

Greg Goralski is an interdisciplinary interactive designer based in Toronto. He is an alumni of the Canadian Film Centre Media Lab and the Interactive Project Lab. He has won gold at the National Post Design Exchange Awards and has presented his work at numerous festivals, including the World Expo in Aichi, Japan. As a professor at the Humber College School of Media Studies, he divides his time among playing with technology, training the next generation of interactive designers, and being inspired by his students. Greg also drinks too much coffee, and should really be living on a beach. His website is


* Catalyst Interface * Your First Flash Catalyst Project * Wireframing in Catalyst * Animation in Catalyst * Interactions * Organizing Artwork and Best Practices * Data Lists and Design-Time Data * SWFs, Video, and Audio * Custom Components and Library Packages * Catalyst to Flex Builder

Product Details

  • publication date: 21/09/2010
  • ISBN13: 9781430228622
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 275
  • ID: 9781430228622
  • weight: 463
  • ISBN10: 1430228628

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