Fireworks CS4 includes some workflow improvements when using the styles panel which will help users improve the management of their style assets.
Keeping the client involved with the design process is very important. Jim Babbage discusses using Fireworks CS4 to export designs to interactive PDFs that can be shared with the client.
If you’re designing websites using Adobe applications, you probably fall into one of two camps: the one that’s already using Fireworks for fast prototypes or the one that soon will be.
Fireworks CS4 allows you to export your comp in a variety of formats, but the newest way to package this comp is the Adobe PDF format. With the Adobe PDF format you can create an interactive page that gives you all of the benefits of interactivity with security, all in a single file.
In this tutorial, RC goes through the process of slicing and linking multiple pages for a web comp using Fireworks CS4.
Fireworks CS4 allows you to create a website comp that spans multiple pages. In this tutorial, RC takes you through the steps of creating a Master Page and adding additional pages to the PNG file
RC uses libraries in Fireworks CS4 to quickly add form elements to a column in a page.
RC works with Styles and the aligning of text boxes in Fireworks CS4. Aligning boxes with great precision and speed is reason enough to move all of your prototyping to Fireworks!