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HTML5 and CSS3 are hot, driven by an explosion of new, Internet connected devices. While they offer many new features that should allow you to do the types of things that you previously did in Flash, actually making it happen is really hard. Until now. Adobe Evangelist Paul Trani will give you a first-hand look at Adobe Edge, which is designed to save you time while creating beautiful motion and interactive content for the Web.
by April Clark
Design publications for the iPad without writing code! The new Folio Producer Tools in InDesign CS5 and CS5.5 allow you to create immersive publications for the iPad, as easily as if you were laying out a page in InDesign. InDesign CS5.5 also has new features to help streamline the process of creating ebooks.
— Learn how you can use your existing InDesign skills (along with some new features) to design highly interactive publications (like the Wired magazine app).
— Learn how to use the Overlay Creator Panel in InDesign CS5 or CS5.5 to add interactivity (such as Pan and Zoom, slideshows, add audio/video and more).
— Learn how to share your app design with clients – who will be able to view it on the iPad to review – directly from InDesign.
— Learn about publishing your design as an app via the Apple iTunes store using the Adobe Digital Publishing Suite.
Learn about the new features to streamline the process of exporting eBooks (.epub) from Adobe InDesign CS 5.5.
Learn from animation expert Chris Georgenes of Mudbubble as he walks through various games, character animation and interactive content he’s created for clients using Adobe Photoshop Touch and Flash Professional. Always an educational and informative speaker, Chris will share his approach to various animation projects, sharing his artful way of using Adobe tools.
Although not every website needs a separate site for mobile or a companion mobile application, optimizing your site for mobile devices is becoming a critical part of web design. Join lynda.com senior author James Williamson as he guides you through the process of developing a mobile strategy for your sites. This session focuses on best practices for optimizing your site for mobile devices while taking advantage of Dreamweaver CS5.5`s powerful mobile development tools.
by Dee Sadler
In this session we'll show you just how useful InDesign can be from animations to interactive PDF's to using InDesign to create clickable wireframes. Along the way we'll also take about how InDesign is making it super easy to publish your own ePub, and a good overview of how this program isn't just about desktop publishing any longer.
The MU Student Center offers several dining options http://www.unions.missouri.edu/f.... Lunch is not included with the camp registration.
by Leif Wells
In 2011, Adobe purchased Nitobi, the company responsible for the PhoneGap, an open-source programming tool for building Web applications for mobile devices. In this session Leif Wells will guide you through the first steps in making a PhoneGap application, orient you in the work environment, inform you of the decisions you will need to make in creating a new application. This session will expose the pros and cons you need to know about PhoneGap.
Flash is dead. Long live HTML5. Or not? There has been a lot of misinformation spread by advocates of both standards and plug-ins. In this session, you will learn the benefits and disadvantages to deploying online video with HTML5 and Adobe Flash Player. Topics include codec decisions (AVC/H.264, WebM/VP8, and others), licensing, and deployment scenarios (progressive download, adaptive HTTP streaming, and more).
Building high quality apps quickly with AIR is a huge advantage, but alone it has limited access to the native platform and device it runs on. With AIR Native Extensions (ANE) we can now combine native code with Flash to access the full range of capabilities each device provides. In this session we will look at what ANEs are, how they can be built, but even better where to find and how to use ANEs prebuilt without writing a single line of native code.
by JP Revel
The opportunity presented itself: Build the same app on two platforms, using two technologies. In this session, we will look into some of the challenges, choices and benefits of each of these paths. Find out the pain points of app development in general, and learn from my follies and experiences. This talk will be a little about code, platforms, and Apple's App Store vs the Android Marketplace.
16th March 2012