Name Animation in Flash

You will make an animation of your first name that runs at least 5 seconds. Change the size of the stage. Depending on length of name and design you can choose 500px wide x 200px ht or 400px wide x 400px ht. Change the background color. Do not leave it white. Make each letter a Graphic Symbol in the Library.

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Neighborhood Websites, part 1

Students are assigned to teams based on neighborhoods. Each team will produce a website focused on A TEEN’S GUIDE TO SF NEIGHBORHOODS. What guidance would you give to a teenager who just moved into your neighborhood? Or to a teenager who was visiting your neighborhood? Where could they get a low-cost sandwich? Where could they shop for reasonably-priced clothes? Tell

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Brooklyn Webpage, part 3

Have you made sure: All of your images are resized to fit in your page layout? And saved as JPGs or GIFs in images folder? Your logo and links have been saved as GIFs in images folder? Make sure transparency color for GIF matches your background color(s). You enter info on each div between the open stylesheet tag and the

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Brooklyn Webpage, part 2

In designing Brooklyn webpage in Photoshop remember ALIGNMENT. (It will be easier to construct if you line up elements on the page.) Under View in Menu Bar select Rulers. Rulers will appear. Under Photoshop in Menu Bar > Preferences > Units & Rulers. Use drop arrow to change top setting from Inches to Pixels. Now place guidelines from ruler at

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Falling Leaves Flash Animation

New Flash file, new layer named “fall1.” NOTE: You will only hand in the SWF files on completed Flash assignments and not FLA files. Each time you “test movie” in Flash, an SWF file is created with the same name in the same location as your working FLA file. Choose a green fill and a dark green stroke. Use the

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Brooklyn Website, part 1

go to 10.63.11.6> pickupdropoff > machtayh > pickup > get folder “brooklyn” and drag to your documents or desktop. Open file brooklyn.psd with Photoshop. Use this file to design main page of a website. Start with lowest layer. Choose a background (solid or “textured” pattern) appropriate for Brooklyn. Design a Logo that says “Brooklyn.” Choose appropriate typeface and colors. Choose

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