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Designing with Dreamweaver

MacroChat Smiles All smiles at Macromedia Community Week: Designing with Dreamweaver.

I was on a panel of "experts" discussing Best Practices for designing web sites using Dreamweaver yesterday, and the folks on the broadcasting team posted it for us to enjoy ad infinitum.

You can hear my voice over the Web, and watch me operate the software via Macromedia's slick new Breeze conferencing service (based on Flash).

If you enjoy it, definitely check out the rest of the MacroChats coming up for great tips and information on how to quickly build things with Macromedia tools.

May 18, 2004

Posted to Design and Education and Work at 12:17 PM | comments (1)

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just wanted to let you know you did a great job! i really enjoyed the talk.

Posted by gwen on May 21, 2004 10:14 AM

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