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Testing and publishing a Flash project

Lesson Plan Published Mar 14, 2014 Last updated on Jun 7, 2017
Testing your Adobe Flash Professional content before you publish it is very important. This is especially true when publishing a movie for multiple screens. When testing your Flash content, it’s a good idea to perform technical, spelling, grammar, and usability tests. It is also important to make sure the project is accessible. If you’re creating a mobile application, you’ll need to perform additional tests of features that are unique to mobile applications, including accelerometer, touch gestures, and geolocation functionality. Use this activity to teach your students how to apply accessibility standards, conduct technical and usability tests, and how to publish their applications across devices and screen sizes.
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Duration
1+ Day
Custom Standards
ACA Flash 1.3, 2.3, 4.14, 4.15, 5.1, 5.2
ISTE NETS-S
Technology Operations and Concepts
Expertise
Novice
Materials
Adobe Flash Professional CC
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5 / 5 • 2 Ratings