San Francisco: 2 days, Saturday, May 10th & 17th, 10am — 5pm
Flash Design For Mobile Devices
In the era of rich mobile media development, your mobile
future is here. Now, learn how to create it in this hands-on workshop.
We'll give you all the information and practice you need to be on the
cutting edge of creating Flash content for PDAs, mobile phones and next
generation devices. We'll explore the mobile Flash landscape by looking
at working prototypes and actual applications that leverage the current
mobile Flash player technology.
Discussions are followed by exercises that show you exactly what you need
to know to produce your own mobile content. We emphasize creating great
mobile multimedia experiences for cell phones using Flash Lite.
In addition to exploring development opportunities available today, you'll learn:
• The capabilities and limitations of Flash for mobile development.
• Best practices for planning your mobile projects.
• How to efficiently convert Flash projects to mobile.
• The entire production process from planning to testing and debugging on the device.
• How to create engaging content and user experiences for small screens.
• How to maximize memory and processor performance of your applications.
• How to develop for multiple devices with minimal changes.
• To tap into resources to get you started quickly
• About handy third party utilities.
Who should take this class?
Anyone interested in developing rich media content for mobile devices
including: mobile developers interested in Flash as a potential delivery
platform and interface designers who want to use Flash for mobile design,
Flash developers who wish to leverage their skills for mobile development,
web designers who want to take advantage of the next big medium and anyone
interested in Flash's capabilities for mobile devices.
Prerequisite: Flash I or equivalent experience recommended.
Hands on, 1 student per computer
Course #: MULT 9234
Schedule #: 28235
San Francisco State University Downtown Center
Multimedia Studies Program
SF State Downtown Campus, 835 Market St
San Francisco, CA 94105