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Chapter 12. Building Advanced Interactiv... > Thinking Like a Programmer

Thinking Like a Programmer

If you've looked at many Flash sites lately, you know that there are some amazing graphic artists and animators who are pushing Flash to its visual limits. What we see less of are sites that truly make use of Flash's interactive power. This is because for most designers, animation represents a natural evolution of their skills and interests; programming, on the other hand, is best left to others—or so they think. As a result, these artists miss an opportunity to express their talents in even more exciting ways.

Programming is an art in itself, and one that can easily elicit the type of response usually reserved for visual masterpieces. In the following, we'll briefly explain the process many programmers employ to get to the heart of their work—that is, solving problems.


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