MAX Session on Adobe TV: Video Tutorials


MAX 2007 offers over 200 unique sessions and 50 hands-on workshops held in five distinctive tracks. Below you’ll find some highlighted sessions available in those tracks. Use the session locator to explore the broad range of informative sessions offered at MAX 2007. Register today and learn the latest techniques in website prototyping, user interface design, online advertising, interactive games, accessibility, motion graphics and video encoding.

MAX sessions on Adobe TV: user Experience by Erwan Paccard

Erwan paccard as he shows us how the rich data visualizations made possible with ILOG Elixir, including advanced charts, graphs and maps, can offer new data insight, accelerate and impove business decisions, and reduce development time.

MAX sessions on Adobe TV: Using Flash CS4 in Education by Bill Bain

Bill bain shows how Full Sail Unversity is using Flash CS4 Professional to take students from design-centric to development-centric discipline.

MAX sessions on Adobe TV: Delivering Integrated Advertising Across Multiple Channels

eter Cole and Charles Duncan, representatives from digital media agency AKQA from an exploration on new possibilities in multichannel advertising.

MAX sessions on Adobe TV: Ajax UI Design and Dreamweaver CS4 by Nate Koechley

Nate Koechley as he shows us how to use Dreamweaver CS4 to implement and design Ajax components from YUI in integrate into you Ajax applications.

MAX session on Adobe TV: What`s New in Flash player 10 by Emmy Huang

Emmy Huang as we discover the creative possibilities available with the next version of Flash Player. Through demos and code, you`ll learn how to transform your RIAs with stunning visual effects and new audio controls.

MAX session on Adobe TV: Text Components Library in Flash Player 10 by Robin Briggs

Robin Briggs shows how to use text Components Library built on the new text engine in Flash Player 10 to expand your text layout options.

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