Media praise for Dynamic Learning: Flash CS3 Professional

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"What I like about Dynamic Learning: Flash CS3 Professional is that it is very easy to read and understand. When you tie it to the videos, it becomes a very powerful learning experience. The book is well organized, the examples are real world examples, and the instruction provides a good working base from which one can really learn Flash CS3."
-- T. Michael Testi, Blogcritics Magazine

"The book as a reference and self-study guide would benefit any ‘Flasher’...As it stands, I recommend every ‘Flasher’ to acquire a copy both for the purposes of learning and teaching Flash CS3, which has now come of age as key authoring tool for animation and graphics on the web."
-- Colm Brazel, MMUG-Dublin Bloggers

"I prefer the "learning by example" process. It's much easier for me to retain procedures if I have to work through them, not just read about them. The books in the Dynamic Learning series provide you with what people like to call "real world projects." I have yet to be able to directly apply any of these projects to my real world, but so be it. The point is that Dynamic Learning: Flash CS3 Professional presents the reader with projects, the tools and files necessary to build the project and the instructions to complete the project. After working through a few of these projects, you should be comfortable enough with Flash to break out on your own."
-- Kirk Hiner, AppleLinks

"Fred Gerantabee and AGI Creative Team's Dynamic Learning Flash CS3 Professional is a 'must' for any who would learn the basics of Adobe's Flash CS3. Fifteen self-paced lessons come with both theory and color, real-world screen examples in a step-by-step tutorial perfect for either college classroom assignment or computer library reference. It's rich with tools and introductions to all the new features of FlashCS3 Professional, and it offers the visual backups key to complete understanding."
-- James Cox, The Bookwatch



"The book is well organized, the examples are real world examples, and the instruction provides a good working base from which one can really learn Flash CS3."
--T. Michael Testi, Blogcritics Magazine