Details: My client needs an interactive Flash holiday card to send to its customers. It will be a small promotional, interactive presentation. All Photoshop work will be done by me so you can export the elements needed and work them into the card. There should be no need for you to create any art. All graphics will be provided in a properly layered and labled Photoshop file (I have included a sample .jpg of the card). The card will have a linear workflow of message tips and clicks with the following order: 1. There will be 1 standard background and users will be able to click to swap the school campus that shows so the first screen will display 3 logos (1 for each school). Show the correct building for the logo clicked. 2. After the first building appears, the logos will go away. Now to switch buildings, the user will receive a message that they can click one of the 3 street signs to switch the buildings from then on. Each active street sign will glow. The user should have the option to change the building at any time. 3. User receives message to click the sky to make the stars appear (stars fade in) 4. Next, the user sees a message to click anywhere to make it snow 5. Message to click one of the tree to make them light up (candles will flicker randomly) 6. Message to click each of the gifts under the tree to reveal the gift inside. When they click a gift, the gift image will fade to an image with the top off and the gift inside will animate out and onto the center of the screen 7. After the last gift is opened, display a "happy holidays" message with option to play the whole thing again from the start. During the animation, users will be able to pick from 2 different songs to play as well as to mute the audio.
1) All deliverables will be considered "work made for hire" under U.S. Copyright law. Employer will receive exclusive and complete copyrights to all work purchased. (No 3rd party components unless all copyright ramifications are explained AND AGREED TO by the employer on the site per the worker's Worker Legal Agreement).