Today, we are going to share how to design a weaving logo. Weaving logo is inspired from the very basic unit of spinning and weaving. It twines with each other to create a sense of dimension and tactile appeal. We are going to take advantage of Logo Maker Pro to make this logo.
Finally, the time has come. Yesterday, Adobe announced that it is forbid to download and install Flash on Android devices, which means Adobe gave up 85% of its mobile market share. Let’s say goodbye to Flash on mobile, officially.
Today, we are going to share how to create a folded P logo. We take the best advantage of effect function of Logo Maker Pro to give each layer different transparency and gradualness in color. Are you ready? Let’s get started.
Google puts Flash into sandbox. Flash has been ported into sandbox of Windows version of Chrome, and will soon come to its OS X browser. It is a strong backup for Flash considering the current situation. Will it reduces browser crashes and security issues caused by Flash? Let’s have a check.
Today, we recommend Adobe After Effects CS6 as the Flash tool of the week. It is a Flash tool that enables you to create amazing motion graphics and visual effects. It helps you to polish your work with dazzling effects.
When God closes a door, he opens a window for you. Since the door is closed for Flash on Jelly Bean, is there any window left? The answer is yes. You can still view rich media content on Jelly Bean devices. Here’s how to install Adobe Flash on Nexus 7 or other Jelly Bean devices.
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It has been fascinating to watch the evolution of Adobe Flash. What started out as a simple animation program 15 years ago has been transformed over time into a full-fledged development platform for interactive apps on the Web. Now, Flash Professional CS6 has evolved into a powerful authoring environment for creating animation and multimedia content for immersive interactivity across desktops, devices, tablets, and televisions.
With the announcement last month that Adobe is no longer providing certifications for flash on Android 4.1, it seems clear. Flash is dying.