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Name: Ned Murphy
Contributor since: 2008


Q: What's your typical Flash Professional workflow?


A: As a freelance designer/developer, my workflow is dictated by the ever-changing needs of ever-changing clients.


Flash used to be more of a one-size-fits-all. It is now becoming more like any other Web design implementation, where you have to design several different ways to meet the needs of the variety of options the viewing public uses (aka, the browser wars).


Q: What motivates you to help others on the Adobe Flash forums?


A: The original motivation was the lack of an answer to my first and only posting in any forum. I felt I might be able to help others who might otherwise meet with the same fate. Since then, a variety of factors drive me to continue. I get a sense of self-worth from helping others, and I learn from the responses of true experts. (I don't consider myself one.) It also provides visibility in a global marketplace and is an enjoyable pastime, too.