For any course in Digital Graphics, Web Design, Web Scripting and Development, Multimedia, Page Layout, Office Tools, and Operating Systems, these guides feature step-by-step instructions and many screen shots to guide students and teachers through the most important tasks.
@CATEGORY = Electronic Publishing@TITLE = Macromedia Sitespring for Windows and Macintosh: Visual QuickStart Guide @SERIES = Visual QuickStart Guide Series@AUTHOR = Paul Devine@HEADLINE = Learn Macromedia's new Web production management tool, Sitespring!@BULLET = Sitespring enables professional Web teams to be more efficient by organizing and streamlining the Web production process.@BULLET = Task-based lessons with hundreds of screen shots provide the ideal way to learn Sitespring.@BULLET = Readers can look up just what they need to know, or read all the way through for a thorough overview of Sitespring.@SUMMARY = Keeping track of a fast-paced Web project can be a major headache. Web developers and designers can spend countless hours keeping track of Web files, updating progress reports, and relaying client feedback. Macromedia Sitespring changes all this. Sitespring is a new Web-based application for managing the Web site production process. Professional Web teams can be more productive (and more profitable) by streamlining team collaboration, file management, and client communications with Sitespring. For example, users can keep track of a complex Web project by sharing and delegating tasks and reports, reviewing mock-ups, messages, and threads, and communicating easily with internal and external clients. Macromedia Sitespring for Windows and Macintosh: Visual QuickStart Guide provides the ideal way to learn this revolutionary new software. Hundreds of screenshots and step-by-step instructions get readers up and running with Sitespring in no time. @AUTHBIO = Paul Devine currently works as an independent consultant, working on projects ranging from building Web applications to evaluating technology and creating engineering strategies. Previously, he worked for Macworld, ZDTV, and Liquid Audio.@ISBN = 0-201-77057-1@MAINCAT = Electronic Publishing@SUBCAT = Web Publishing/Tools@DATALINE1 = 2002, 350 pp., 7 x 9@DATALINE2 = Paper, $19.99@IMPRINT = Peachpit Press