Fireworks CS6 Fundamentals

Fireworks CS6 Fundamentals will guide you through the program, making you an efficient user to create and optimize web graphics.
Course info
Level
Beginner
Updated
Nov 22, 2016
Duration
5h 27m
Table of contents
Introducing Fireworks CS6
Creating Vector Artwork
Working with Bitmaps
Text, Layers, and Masks
Filters, Styles, and Symbols
Wireframing and Prototyping Basics
Sprites, CSS Integration, and Exporting
Description
Course info
Level
Beginner
Updated
Nov 22, 2016
Duration
5h 27m
Description

Fireworks CS6 Fundamentals will guide you through the program, making you an efficient user to create and optimize web graphics. This course will also teach you how to use the many features inside of Fireworks to rapidly create wireframes and prototypes. In addition, the instructor demonstrates how to extract CSS code out of Fireworks for use in you web projects.

About the author
About the author

Matthew Pizzi is an Adobe Certified instructor with over 15 years of experience teaching Adobe applications.

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Introducing Fireworks CS6
Welcome to this introduction to Adobe Fireworks CS6. Fireworks gives you the ability to create an optimized artwork for onscreen delivery. It also gives you the ability to rapidly prototype websites in mobile applications, giving a client a better idea as to what the final product may look and act like. Fireworks also gives you the ability to create skins for Flex applications, themes for jQuery mobile applications, and even allows you to export your CSS that you generate within the program into an HTML editor. Oftentimes people ask me what role Fireworks plays in the overall creative suite. Yes, there is some overlap with Photoshop, but Photoshop has a much broader audience. Chances are, if you had a photograph that you wanted to enhance, well, you certain could do a little bit of that in Fireworks, but Photoshop would be the better solution. Whereas if your main is to create either a website prototype or optimize an image for web or onscreen delivery, Fireworks would be your best bet. So, in this course, what I'm going to do is get you comfortable with the Fireworks interface, we'll learn how to create and optimize artwork, and how we can create prototypes.