You Are Not a Tool
There were however many who did use the term Flash Designer, and it always puzzled me. You're not making Flash. You're making a thing that so happens to use Flash. You're a designer first. Why let the tool define you?
To this day I still don't define myself by the tool or tools I use. I've used Processing a lot in my work, yet I also use command line scripts, the occasional Python script, Nodejs, Touch Designer, PHP, Objective-C and many other things. To me, that combination of many things — of not being tied to one particular tool — is where the power often lies. Most recently my work for Trend Micro is a piece I've done in the wonderful Houdini. Yet I also made use of code I wrote in Processing as part of the tool chain so I could realise this thing in my head.
I've always said do things you don't know how to do. The exciting part is learning new things in the hope it can combine with the things you do know to take your work to new places.
Now, what's this thing called Notch...