Changing the world is possible, but it requires the right preparation and skills. One of the best ways to be prepared is with Adobe Certified Associate (ACA) certification.

ACA certification is an industry-recognized credential that can be used to effectively validate one’s skills in Adobe digital-media software. It represents the creative skills in demand today by industry and academia and reflects well when presented on a resumé or college application.

Adobe Certified Associate in Interactive Media Using Adobe Flash Professional
Adobe Flash Professional is a powerful authoring environment for creating animation and multimedia content.

Having ACA certification is a great validation of one’s Adobe creative skills, and ACA Flash Professional certification is available for Creative Cloud (CC), Creative Suite 6 (CS6) and CS5 versions of Adobe software. CC-based ACA certifications are current for three years after the date of issue.


What is covered in the exams?
  • Setting Project Requirements
  • Identifying Interactive Media Design Elements
  • Understanding Adobe Flash Professional Interface
  • Building Interactive Media Elements by Using Flash Professional
  • Evaluating Interactive Media Elements by Using Flash Professiona
Domain 1.0 Setting Project Requirements
  • 1.1 Identify the purpose, audience, and audience needs for interactive media content.
  • 1.2 Identify interactive media content that is relevant to the purpose of the media in which it will be used (websites, mobile devices, and so on).
  • 1.3 Understand options for producing accessible interactive media content.
  • 1.4 Demonstrate knowledge of standard copyright rules (related terms, obtaining permission, and citing copyrighted material).
  • 1.5 Understand project management tasks and responsibilities.
  • 1.6 Communicate with others (such as peers and clients) about design and content plans.
Domain 2.0 Identifying Interactive Media Design Elements
  • 2.1 Identify best practices for designing interactive media content for desktop and mobile browsers, applications, games, and HD video.
  • 2.2 Demonstrate knowledge of design elements and principles.
  • 2.3 Identify general techniques to create interactive media elements that are accessible and readable.
  • 2.4 Use a storyboard to design interactive media elements.
  • 2.5 Organize an interactive media design document.
Domain 3.0 Understanding the Adobe Flash Professional Interface
  • 3.1 Identify elements of the Flash Professional interface.
  • 3.2 Use the Property inspector.
  • 3.3 Use the Timeline.
  • 3.4 Adjust document properties.
  • 3.5 Use Flash guides and rulers.
  • 3.6 Use the Motion Editor.
  • 3.7 Understand Flash file types.
  • 3.8 Identify best practices for managing the file size of a published Flash or HTML document.
Domain 4.0 Building Interactive Media Elements by Using Flash Professional
  • 4.1 Make interactive media content development decisions based on your analysis and interpretation of design specifications.
  • 4.2 Use tools on the Tools panel to select, create, and manipulate graphics and text.
  • 4.3 Import and modify graphics.
  • 4.4 Create text.
  • 4.5 Adjust text properties.
  • 4.6 Create objects and convert them to symbols, including graphics, movie clips, and buttons.
  • 4.7 Understand symbols and the library.
  • 4.8 Edit symbols and instances.
  • 4.9  Create masks.
  • 4.10 Create animations (changes in shape, position, size, color, and transparency).
  • 4.11 Add simple controls through ActionScript 3.
  • 4.12 Import and use sound.
  • 4.13 Add and export video.
  • 4.14 Publish and export Flash documents.
  • 4.15 Make a Flash document accessible.
Domain 5.0 Evaluating Interactive Media Elements by Using Flash Professional
  • 5.1 Conduct basic technical tests.
  • 5.2 Identify techniques for basic usability tests.

The ACE: Flash Professional CS6 exam candidates are individuals who have 3-4 years’ experience with animation, video, programming interactivity, and deploying Flash content to the Web, desktop, and mobile platforms.

The exam tests knowledge of deploying Flash content to the Web and desktop including measuring your understanding of ActionScript 3.0 programming fundamentals.

Number of Questions: 50 Multiple Choice
Passing Score: 67%
Time Limit: 60 Minutes




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