From print to web in a flash: Working with Flash Catalyst
By: Print admin | August 5, 2010
To introduce you to a new world of design possibilities, Print and Adobe asked some of their favorite designers to convert their static print work to fully interactive projects—without writing code!—by using Adobe Flash Catalyst CS5, part of Adobe Creative Suite® 5 Design Premium. Simply click on the images below to watch them come to life.
Design Army / Washington, D.C. Ballet Booklet CLICK HERE TO SEE DESIGN ARMY’S WORK COME TO LIFE
About Wonderland In 2009, Design Army collaborated with photographer Cade Martin and the Washington Ballet to create Wonderland, a one-of-a-kind book highlighting a decade of great works presented by the company. With 40 dancers performing in locations throughout Washington D.C., the commemorative book is a truly unique blend of art and fashion that took the D.C. area by storm. After the success of Wonderland, the studio wanted the book to come alive and tell the story of its creation — from concept and design to photography and art direction. To do this, they turned to Adobe & Flash Catalyst CS5.
Design Army is an award-winning graphic design studio located in Washington, D.C., founded by Jake and Pum Lefebure. Their multi-disciplinary work has appeared in Print, HOW, Graphis, and many other publications and across the web.
Triboro / 77 Web Buttons CLICK HERE TO SEE TRIBORO’S WORK COME TO LIFE
Triboro is the husband and wife team of David Heasty and Stefanie Weigler. Triboro creates design solutions for clients in publishing, art, fashion, music, lifestyle, and for cultural institutions.Triboro’s partners have won numerous industry awards and their work has been featured in publications and exhibitions around the world.
Nicholas Felton / Taxonomy of Publishing Diversity CLICK HERE TO SEE NICHOLAS’S WORK COME TO LIFE
Nicholas Felton is the creator of the popular Feltron Annual Report and the co-founder of Daytum.com. His work has been profiled in publications including the Wall Street Journal, Wired, Esquire, the New York Times, and Creative Review. Catch Nicholas’s Master Class on Information Design, available as an on-demand DesignCast