Name: Steven Sacks
Location: Los Angeles, CA

Bio

Steven Sacks is a Flash development expert with a penchant for user experience, usability and workflow. Since the dawn of the internet, Steven has been involved in both the online and desktop application industries.

Steven has developed numerous award-winning Flash applications and websites for high-profile companies including GE, Adobe, DirecTV, The Weather Channel, Fox Sports, Earthlink, Honda, Anheuser-Busch, Coca-Cola and Home Depot.

Steven is the author of the Gaia Framework for Adobe Flash, a revolutionary open-source framework that dramatically reduces development time when building Flash websites. Since its release in June 2007, Gaia has quickly become the most popular front-end Flash framework in the industry and has been adopted worldwide by top digital agencies including Avenue A / Razorfish London, Tequila/Chiat-Day, and 2Advanced. Gaia has been universally praised by the Flash industry's top experts and is the #1-ranked Google search for "flash framework" both in the United States and abroad.

Steven writes on this blog about technical topics surrounding Adobe Flash, as well as tips and techniques and general development strategy.

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  1. [...] made the rounds… Setting up FDT to look and behave like FlashDevelop came up a few times.  Steven Sack's goes over over to setup autocompletion, colors and problems in the same [...]

  2. [...] Steven Sacks — Experience FDT and Gaia Framework Award-winning application developer Steven Sacks will talk about his experience using FDT and his Gaia framework. We also have the opportunity to [...]

  3. [...] part of the FDT World Tour, Powerflasher Bruno Fonzi and award-winning application developer Steven Sacks will stop by LAFlash this month. With the recent release of the new version FDT 4.5 they will talk [...]

  4. jorge orengo says:

    Steven Did you developed the website interface in OxBlue: http://oxblue.com/open/uark/HillsideAuditorium ? It was very good work. The images are loaded into XML was used or some database ? It's Adobe FLEX 3 or 4 ? Congrats !

  5. ge5 says:

    Please help: the above site has suddenly stopped working! built a few years ago ("Gaia Framework (AS3) v3.2.6") /no changes to her site/server since then, and no errors in console.
    please help…

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