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Combined Hot Multimedia Practical Tips
In the site, http://webmonkey.wired.com/webmonkey/99/26/index1a.html?tw=multimedia Francis Preve’s article on Hot Multimedia Tips, he emphasized that, “As web designers, we don’t want to get caught flat-footed when all our favorite videographers, record producers, and best boys start setting up camp in our backyard. After all, aren’t these some of the folks who inspired us in the first place?”
In his article, he polled the best and brightest web developers and designers at HotWired, together with some other creative types. It is an attempt to get a handle on several secret techniques they use to create effective audio, video, and animation on the Web. Thus, in a compilation, he gathered together a must –read assortment of tips, tricks, and general wisdom, guaranteed to help maximize your multimedia efforts.
The assortment of tips and tricks come from Anna Macmillan, Designer, Hotwired; Taylor, Technologist/Former Hotwiredite; Craig Schwartz, associate producer, hotwired; Michael Kay, interface Developer, Hotwired; Steve Mack, Co-creative Director, RealNetworks, and; Francis Preve, program director for NemeSys Music Technology. Each person mentioned had given their own practical tips and techniques depending on the area of their expertise. Some had also given us some general multimedia techniques for us to feel undaunted once taking on the world of digital technology – web and graphic design and/or animation. Don’t get too excited, though, while these tips are given by various multimedia experts, browsing through and knowing their theories won’t make you a multimedia expert overnight.
All in all, the article contained some 30 or so tips and techniques, and after going through it, we have bunched up the many theories these experts have in common. Now, these are the ones you really should pay attention to.
There you go, folks, no matter what your medium you use, as long as you stick to these principles, it might help for your creations and should keep your priorities on top of everything else.-30-
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