Today Colin talks about whether or not Adobe Flash is relevant and what you can expect for the rest of 2013.

Video Transcription

A lot of people think that flash is going away, but I would say there is still a place for flash in 2013. There is a huge base of developers that know how to use flash, and know how to execute it very well and quickly. Although if you are trying to target mobile then it’s not an option for you. Flash is still used heavily in the E-learning sectors, the movie industry and the music industry promotion. If you have a project that is heavily interactive and mobile is not a concern for you, you can probably find a resource that will be able to do flash and do it for you quicker and cheaper than a modern technology.



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Andy Halko is the CEO of Insivia is a Strategic Growth Consultancy helping companies scale through our Breakthrough Growth Program and Agile Marketing solutions.

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