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Subject
Media Communications - MDIA

Course
1058

While no outlines currently exist for this course, below are the course learning outcomes/competencies.

Course Learning Outcomes/Competencies

At the end of this course the student will be able to:

  • Setup and configure a Digital Publishing Suite account.
  • Develop mobile specific design templates.
  • Develop mobile flowcharts for UI/UX designs.
  • Develop properly arranged mobile UI/UX wireframes based on designs.
  • Develop version control of working files for mobile design iterations.
  • Add user information, highlights and notes to wireframes.
  • Add page/screen control for changes from one screen layout to another.
  • Add iconography to mobile specific areas with information.
  • Create interactive content with Folio Overlay tools.
  • Create multi-state objects and device controls for viewer interaction.
  • Design and create different mobile navigation systems with buttons and sliding menus.
  • Preview and test an app on a mobile device with an Adobe Content viewer.
  • Optimize video files for fast efficient downloads with Adobe Media encoder.
  • Build articles and folios.
  • Use a Folio Builder panel to upload content to the Creative Cloud.
  • Use a Folio Producer dashboard to check mobile analytics.
  • Follow a checklist for building an App.
  • Provision mobile devices and create development and distribution certificates.
  • Use DPS App Builder to create and test an app for both iOS and Android devices.
  • Test an app on iTunes

Effective as of Spring/Summer 2015

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