Speaking Tonight about Design and Data Driven Flash

Via Leif’s Site:

WHAT: The Febuary 2007 Meeting of the Adobe Flash Platform User Group of Atlanta
WHEN: Tuesday, February 13, 2007 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
WHO: Jesse Warden presents “Design and Data Driven Flash”
WHERE: Roundbox Global at King Plow Arts Center (directions pdf)

About this Meeting:

There are many ways that you can get data into your Adobe Flash projects. Some data can be gathered dynamically, meaning that the data is not hardcoded into a static SWF file. Jesse will be showing how designers and developers can create very creative & impactful solutions to various problems using dynamic data. These solutions could take the form of Flash websites, widgets, or various adverts. Jesse will arm us against the may the perception that using dynamic data requires a server/back-end programmer, or that all dynamic data has some form of cost with it. Designers and developers will discover that using very little code they have a lot of power at their fingertips.

Join us to see how designers and developers can utilize dynamic data in their Flash projects using

  • Actionscript 1
  • Actionscript 2
  • Actionscript 3
  • examples that use Flash Players 8 and 9
  • examples using Flash Lite 2.1

Who Should Attend?

  • Adobe Flash Professional Designers
  • Adobe Flash Professional Developers
  • Web developers seeking insights into Flash
  • Server-side programmers seeking ways to bridge creative and technical gaps
  • Anyone seeking insights into dynamic data
  • Anyone wanting look coding in the new Actionscript 3 standard
  • Users of Adobe Flash Professional
  • Anyone wishing to see a fun and energetic speaker like Jesse

2 Replies to “Speaking Tonight about Design and Data Driven Flash”

  1. doe!! :(
    So sorry I missed your presentation. I’m (usually) an avid follower of your blog but I let this one slip through the cracks. It sure would be nice to run into you at one of these events in Atlanta.


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