Macromedia Unveils Web Design 101
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Macromedia, Inc. today announced the release of Web Design 101, its new educational tool suite designed for degree-issuing institutions that offer Web design or Web design-related courses.
Macromedia Web Design 101 is designed to teach students how to use each of Macromedia's Web design tools, and includes six hours of hands-on course curriculum for each of the tools. The suite also includes 90-day versions of Dreamweaver, Fireworks, Flash and FreeHand for use during the course.
Through October 31, 1998, along with the Web Design 101 suite, Macromedia is also offering back-to-school student pricing of $99 each for Dreamweaver, Fireworks, Flash and FreeHand.
The suite is designed to teach students how to develop compelling, interactive Web sites and pages. Students are able to study the basics of Web layouts and navigational elements, create and optimize Web bitmap graphics, add life to their pages by creating vector-based animation and interactivity and put it all together using Macromedia Dreamweaver.