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    What mainly draws me to pursue a career in the Flash design industry is that many of the critically acclaimed production companies and the lesser-known yet highly talented Flash production groups, often use the same kind of technology & software that a digital film house or a video game developer uses. We're living in a world where it's possible to do a fully rendered 3D website developed in programs compatible to Flash, like Swift 3D.

    Even though Flash designers are playing with the "big toys", are most of us still missing out on the (bigger?) experiences and career opportunities that people in the games & film production industries are having? In other words, if a friend who worked in the games/TV special effects industry scoffed when you said you wanted to be a Flash designer, what could you say to him/her that proves that the Flash industry is worth being in? But also, let's say that a Flash designer quits his/her career and pursue a more "traditional" job in special effects..what could be the best reasons?

    Are Flash designers unionized?


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