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Digital Panel

Posted on Nov 28, 2014 by Simone Fiume Last Activity on Nov 28, 2014

At the end of the professional development session, participants will be able to: - Use the tools and resources free transform, shape layers, magic wand, magnetic lasso to cut and edit images. - Create a photo montage of low complexity, using the layers panel, inserting text and multiple images.
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Easy Website Creation with Muse

Posted on Nov 27, 2014 by Pip Cleaves Last Activity on Nov 27, 2014

Create a simple website using Adobe Muse, the software that lets you create unique, standards-based sites without writing a single line of code! In this beginner-level session, technology educator and Adobe Education Advocate Dr. Tim Kitchen will show you how to use Adobe Muse to plan your site; build a master page; add text, images, and hyperlinks; and publish your site.  Session recording can be seen below.
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Converting a quadratic function, in Standard Form, to Intercept Form & Vertex Form

Posted on Nov 26, 2014 by Nghi Nguyen Last Activity on Nov 26, 2014

Quadratic functions is a main core Math subject at high school level. That is why, studies on quadratic equations have been numerous and diversified. This article explains a general method to convert a quadratic function, in standard form y = ax^2 + bx + c, into intercept form y = a(x - x1)(x - x2), and vertex form y = a(x - p)^2 + q.
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Muse-ic One Page Scrolling Site

Posted on Nov 26, 2014 by Sheri German Last Activity on Nov 27, 2014

This lesson guides the students through creating a one page site for a conservatory musician to promote his skills. The page has five sections: home/about, performances, gallery, media, contact. The lesson is meant to cover as many features of Muse as possible so that the students will feel comfortable enough to create their own portfolio sites. This lesson plan includes a 31 page guide, assets for completing the project, a completed example, and an extension exercise so that students can practice. 
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Using Premiere Pro with After Effects and Photoshop

Posted on Nov 26, 2014 by Pip Cleaves Last Activity on Nov 27, 2014

Make amazing videos with help from the Dynamic Link feature in Adobe Premiere Pro, Photoshop, and After Effects! Premiere Pro CC is a powerful nonlinear video editor that lets you edit your way. In this advanced session, educator Matthijs Clasener will teach you how to create eye-popping effects using dynamic linking between Premiere Pro and Adobe’s image-editing and visual effects creation apps. Session links and recording can be found below.
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Easy video showreels with Premiere Pro

Posted on Nov 26, 2014 by Pip Cleaves Last Activity on Nov 27, 2014

Put together a showreel of video clips for any class or activity using Adobe Premiere Pro, a powerful, customizable, nonlinear video editor that lets you edit your way. In this beginner-level class, educator Matthijs Clasener will teach you how to create a showreel—and inspire you to use Premiere Pro for your next video-editing project.  Resources and Recording can be found below.
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Printmaking PowerPoint Presentation

Posted on Nov 26, 2014 by Jessica Gauci Last Activity on Nov 26, 2014

This is a PowerPoint Presentation for a printmaking unit. Students can first use Photoshop or Illustrator to create images for their print then they can use appropriate tools to create a hand cut print. This resource is just a a basic introduction to printmaking.
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Double Exposure Photography

Posted on Nov 26, 2014 by Jessica Gauci Last Activity on Nov 26, 2014

Traditionally the double exposure effect is produced by photographers using nothing but their camera to combine two separate photographs to create an abstract and surreal image. However, you can also mimic the effect in Photoshop, which actually gives more control over the final output with the ability to adjust and preview the effect as you go. Follow this step by step tutorial to create a double exposure effect yourself. You will blend two existing photographs together with the help of some simple clipping and masking techniques.
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The 10 Commandments Of Visual Communication

Posted on Nov 24, 2014 by Chris Schnell Last Activity on Nov 24, 2014

Design blog DesignMantic has released a new infographic that focuses on the importance of visuals - various aspects of visual communication that designers should take note of, such as iconography, contrast, and hierarchy. Here are some more infographics for: Visual Communication:http://www.designmantic.com/blog/infographics/ten-commandments-of-visual-communication/ Color/ Colour:http://www.designmantic.com/blog/infographics/the-10-commandments-of-color-theory/ Typography:http://www.designmantic.com/blog/infographics/ten-commandments-of-typography/ Logo design:http://www.designmantic.com/blog/infographics/ten-commandments-of-logo-design/ Have fun :-)
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Lightroom vs Photoshop - what should a photographer learn?

Posted on Nov 24, 2014 by Daniel Scott Last Activity on Nov 24, 2014

Hey everyone,  Deane Patterson (Lightroom trainer and photographer) and I have created the ultimate resource to answer this common photography question. What is best for a photography Lightroom or Photoshop?  Check out the page. There is both a short answer and a long details explanation for both types of people. Along with some illustrations I've created in Photoshop & Illustrator.  I hope you like it. 
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Group B : Week 8 Final Assignment Stop Motion Animation curriculum

Posted on Nov 24, 2014 by Megha Arora Last Activity on Nov 24, 2014

In this 8-session We have Stop motion animation curriculum, We have used Adobe Premiere to create a stop motion animation. Stop motion is an animation technique to make a physically manipulated object or persona appear to move on its own. The object is moved in small increments between individually photographed frames, creating the illusion of movement when the series of frames is played as a continuous sequence.
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Adobe Digital Careers curriculum ACA exam alignment guide

Posted on Nov 21, 2014 by Adobe Education Last Activity on Nov 24, 2014

The Adobe Digital Careers Teaching Resources align to the key design, research and communication, project management and technical skills that are required for students to be successful in their future digital career and to satisfy the objectives for the Adobe Certified Associate exams. This document provides details on alignment of the Adobe Digital Careers resources to the Adobe Certified Associate exams. Exam objectives are listed along with the Digital Careers activities that can be used to teach those objectives. More information and resources: Adobe ACA portalAdobe Digital Careers curriculumsVisual Design: Foundations of Design and Print ProductionDigital Design: Foundations of Web DesignDigital Video: Foundations of Video Design and ProductionInteractive Design: Foundations of Animation and Interaction DesignAdobe Digital Careers activities 
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InDesign Creating Navigation Buttons

Posted on Nov 20, 2014 by Judy Durkin Last Activity on Nov 20, 2014

This is a simple activity to introduce students to interactivity in InDesign. I usually have students understand interactivity in InDesign before I move them to making websites using Adobe Muse. I am including several Adobe "how-to" sheets as well as the assignment instructions sheet.
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Assessment 2 (After Effects): Such GIFs Very Animating

Posted on Nov 19, 2014 by Kev Lavery Last Activity on Nov 23, 2014

This assessment task is a good end to an After Effects unit and is a great test of a range of skills. I use this to assess the skills the students have learned running through my After Effects and Photoshop tutorials - which can be found on my Education Exchange profile. This is the second of 3 assessment tasks that I run at year 9 in Multimedia and Web Programming (but it could very easily be used at another level). This task also serves as a good exploration of students understanding of Copyright, Creative Commons and Usage Rights. Also included is a rubric designed for maximum student benefit. Achievement at each level is explained in clear, student friendly language. This is a new style of rubric I have been working on - I have received positive feedback from students and have found it easy to use. More feedback very welcome
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Usage Rights in a Google Image Search

Posted on Nov 19, 2014 by Kev Lavery Last Activity on Nov 19, 2014

This short tutorial will run you through how to search for images of specific sizes and with open usage rights as well as how to save images properly.  Although not specific to any one program, this tutorial explains how you can find images on Google that you are allowed to use in your work without fear of copyright infringement. 
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UK Team Game Development Competition

Posted on Nov 18, 2014 by mark gatehouase Last Activity on Nov 18, 2014

Invitation to compete in the Second UK Team Game Development Competition run in conjunction with Autodesk and UKIE. The Brief is to design a playable game level and produce a trailer to promote your game on You Tube. Your level MUST start in a shed and finish in a waterfall. What happens in between is down to your creativity and skill! you can make it with Flash, Cinema 4d or any other combination of professional packages! Entry is open to all UK Level 3 students in teams of 2-4. To win teams need to produce the following by 13 February 2015. 1. a playable game level in the form of an executable file. 2. a trailer suitable for use on you tube to promote your game 3. a powerpoint that shows your pre production, concept art, story line, game play elements etc. Dare to be the best! Register your team now https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/game-design-competition-tickets-14287244533 Registration closes on 12 December 2014
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The Quadratic Function and the new Quadratic Formula in Intercept Form

Posted on Nov 18, 2014 by Nghi Nguyen Last Activity on Nov 18, 2014

There are so far 8 common methods to solve quadratic equations. They are: completing the squares, graphing, FOIL factoring, quadratic formula, the Bluma Method, the factoring AC Method, the Diagonal Sum Method, and the most recent Transforming Method. Students are usually confused to select the best method to solve a given quadratic equation. When a given quadratic equation can't be factored, the quadratic formula would be the best choice to solve it. There is a new Quadratic Formula in Intercept Form that is simpler and easier to remember than the classical formula.
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Typegenius Face to Face - Pair up your typefaces

Posted on Nov 17, 2014 by Chris Schnell Last Activity on Nov 24, 2014

Design Agency Muno Creative has developed typegenius a website, which helps you pair up typefaces in a simple way.  A preview shows how the typefaces look together and Adobe Typefaces are linked to Adobe Typekit for more info. Have fun :-)
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