Telecommunications | Flash for Games and Interactive Media
T361 | 28533 | Bucksbarg, A

Designing Games and Interactive Media is a hands-on, project based
introduction to designing interactive media with a focus on the
production process, animation and motion graphics, and interactive
media. The course introduce you to Adobe Flash, which will be used
to create, animate and transform content into breathtaking,
immersive, engaging, amazing and astounding games and interactive
projects. You will learn some basics of interface design and
animation, as well as action scripting for simple games and
interactive projects.  The projects will emphasize strong content
design, interactive animation and special effects for websites and
simple games using Adobe Flash.

The current course website can be found here-

Contact for Prof. A (Professor Andrew):
Andrew Bucksbarg, Assistant Professor
Department of Telecommunications

To see which requirements, in the College of Arts and Sciences, this
course will fulfill consult the College Bulletin at If you have
questions, or need additional help, see your academic advisor.