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  • Flash
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    In this elegant Flash interface you can change the background of the page by selecting a preview image with a nice reflection effect. It was created by tecwzrd on DeviantArt.Read More…
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    "Though nothing that would necessitate Flash 8, this example shows how Flash 8 can be used to animate a bitmap character. The character's frames are located in a single bitmap which are extracted and displayed in another bitmap using the BitmapData class. Threshold is used to convert the magenta color to be transparent." - Trevor McCauleyRead More…
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    MonofaceMonoface
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    "Create a simple painting program in Adobe Flash." - Maxwell LangdonRead More…
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  • Frameworks
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    Flash Camo (for short) is a graphics framework that allows AS 3 applications to be easily skinned from pngs, jpgs, or gifs. The framework is broken down into 3 core areas: Decals, the CSS Parser, and the CamoDisplay. These systems can be used individually or combined to fit your needs. When used together they form a powerful set of tools to help skin and style any Flash application. With Camo’s modular approach, you can use as little or as much of the framework as you want. The entire framework is under 35k.Read More…
  • Flash
    Animate a Logo in FlashPurple logo
    With web and multimedia design there is the opportunity to add a little fun and creativity to your logo by creating a simple animation effect. Obviously this process isn't limited to just your logo; animating an element can help draw attention to a particular object or area of a webpage or digital presentation.Read More…
  • WordPress
    WordPress: Beginner to Master, Part 2Code
    Throughout this six-part beginner-to-master series, we'll be using the advanced features of WordPress to create our own portfolio & blog, complete with an options page, multiple styles and support for the new WordPress 2.7 features. Today, we're creating our homepage layout.Read More…
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    WordPress: Beginner to Master, Part 3Code
    Throughout this six-part beginner-to-master series, we'll be using the advanced features of WordPress to create our own portfolio & blog, complete with an options page, multiple styles and support for the new WordPress 2.7 features. Today we'll layout our blog posts and style 'single posts' based on category.Read More…
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    WordPress: Beginner to Master, Part 1Code
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    Throughout this six-part beginner-to-master series, we'll be using the advanced features of WordPress to create our own portfolio & blog, complete with an options page, multiple styles and support for the new WordPress 2.7 features.Read More…
  • Web Roundups
    30 Photoshop Web Elements, Backgrounds and Icon Sets (via GraphicRiver)200
    When you're designing or building a website, chances are you're going to need various little elements designed. I personally tend to reuse a lot of the same buttons, menus, icons and so on. Since we launched GraphicRiver earlier this year though we've seen a lot of cool little web graphics coming in, in the form of web elements, backgrounds and icons. So I've compiled 30 of the best to give you a flavour of what is available over there. Of course don't forget if you just need a complete PSD design template to build off you can grab those at ThemeForest!Read More…
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