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Fireworks CS4: Rapid Prototyping-HTML and Image Export Options
In Fireworks CS4: Rapid Prototyping, designer Jim Babbage deconstructs real-world examples that show the interoperability between Fireworks and other Adobe applications. Jim lays out the schedule for good prototyping, from wireframing to storyboarding to creating multi-page mockups for design feedback.
Along the way, he covers advanced imaging topics, such as adding interactivity for a realistic mockup and exporting a Flex mockup as an FXG file.
In this clip, host Jim Babbage discusses the HTML and image export options in Fireworks and its value from a prototyping perspective, as it enables you to show the design of the site but also functionality such as rollover effects and page interaction.
HTML and Image Export Options
|HTML and Image Export Options|
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Jim Babbage's two passions, teaching and photography, led him to a career in commercial photography. With the release of Photoshop 2.5, Jim became involved in the world of digital imaging, and he soon began designing for the web in addition to taking photographs. Jim is a regular contributor to Community MX (communitymx.com), where he's written articles and tutorials on Fireworks, Dreamweaver, Photoshop, and general web and photography topics. He teaches imaging, web design, and photography at Centennial College, and web design at Humber College. He is a partner at Newmedia Services (newmediaservices.ca), and has been a guest speaker at TODCon and a presenter at Adobe MAX.
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