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Subject: Re: FLASH: Flash3, Toy or serious designer tool?
From: Dorian Nisinson
Date: Thu, 29 Oct 1998 15:51:36 GMT

Your site is one of my favorites and a good testament to the power of
combining Flash and Freehand.


Todd Purgason wrote:
> I lay every site out that I do in freehand (flash and non flash) it allows me
> to go from site architecture to concept design to layout comps to pages all
> from the same files. Freehand is so powerful a layout tool that it greatly
> effects the work I am able to do in flash. for example see
> http://lundstromarch.com
> http:// juxtinteractive.com/namb.html
> http://foapom.com
> All done with freehand and flash. Flash is a great tool and I love it but I
> would suffocate if I had to do all my creative development in that application
> alone.

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  RE: FLASH: Flash3, Toy or serious design, Jean Dukate
  Re: FLASH: Flash3, Toy or serious design, Darryl Carpenter
  Re: FLASH: Flash3, Toy or serious design, Todd Purgason

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