Bravemouse is here!

I am hereby proudly launching my new teaching blog:  Bravemouse

Its the product of my three weeks research leave.

Bravemouse is the site for my teaching notes on Flash CS4, HTML and CSS.   It can be used by teachers as a teaching tool, or by any individual that wants to improve their knowledge in these areas.

There are two levels:  The “Day Pages” and the rest, the “stand alone” posts.

The Day Pages are a collection lessons broken into days.  Each day has some exercises for you to complete, and links to the notes you will need for that day.  The notes are a beginner level introduction to Flash, HTML and CSS.

From now on, I will be adding stand alone posts that will expand the basic skills gained in the Day Pages.    The stand alone posts cover topics such as intermediate Actionscripting in Flash, and Positioning in CSS, as well as inspirational examples.

I will be looking out for people who are willing to do guest posts 🙂

Here are some direct links to the Day Pages:

You can access the rest by clicking on the Category links on the right.

2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. pavinee
    Jul 19, 2009 @ 05:07:44

    Wow! I have just browsed your project and pretty excited about it.

    I took flash class a couple of months ago but haven’t done any exercise
    so I pretty much forget the details. Your site will be very useful
    to refresh my skill.

    I like how you keep the instruction concise and easy to follow and what a cute little mouse :-).

    I want to know CSS too. Thanks for your sharing!

  2. mashadutoit
    Jul 20, 2009 @ 09:20:45

    Excellent. I’m glad it will be useful. I’m writing up a bunch of new posts to fill it out and keep it interesting.

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