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Using Adobe Browser Lab & Adobe Shadow

Posted on Apr 1, 2014 by David Hallmon Last Activity on Apr 10, 2014

Adobe BrowserLab is an online service that allows web professionals to test both publicly viewable and private web pages. Screenshots of actual browser renderings are generated in real time, with multiple viewing options and diagnostic tools to help discover cross-browser compatibility issues. BrowserLab is ideal for professional web designers and web developers who need to ensure their public and private web pages are viewed as they were intended on multiple browsers and operating systems. BrowserLab renders screenshots virtually on demand with innovative viewing and diagnostic tools that fit seemliness into your work flows. BrowserLab can also preview local content through integration with Dreamweaver or Firebug. If you take the COAP 2120: Web Editors course will will get into using Browser Lab more within Dreamweaver. Also another tool that I will mention in this video similar to Browser Lab is Adobe Shadow which is geared more toward testing on mobile devices. I used to demo Device Central in this class b... Read More
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Assessment of Creativity

Posted on Feb 16, 2014 by Stephanie Davidson Last Activity on Apr 16, 2014

I enjoyed reviewing techniques about assessing creativity. The workshop was nicely set up and easy to follow.
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What’s New in Photoshop CS6 ? Very first feature you’ll notice in Photoshop CS6

Posted on Dec 22, 2013 by YoSongsPK Singh Last Activity on Feb 4, 2014

The very first feature you’ll notice in Photoshop CS6 is the new dark color theme which is designed to match other Adobe products such as After Effects and Lightroom. If you don’t like the color, you can change it back to the Light Gray theme or customize it to any color you like. Saving large files? Photoshop will save files in the background so you can immediately continue your work in Photoshop. In Photoshop CS6, Adobe touched more features and introduced more new features than they had. In fact they have added about 60% more features changes compare to Photoshop CS5. Packed with new features and enhancements, the software includes groundbreaking innovations and unparalleled performance breakthroughs that expand the frontiers of imaging science, and deliver new levels of creativity and increased efficiency. What’s New in Photoshop CS6: Mercury Graphics Engine - See near-instant results when editing with key tools such as Liquify and Puppet Warp. The new Adobe Mer... Read More
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Digital Voices online tutorials and educational videos

Posted on Aug 6, 2013 by jamie leduc Last Activity on Aug 6, 2013

In an attempt to invert our digital voices classroom, I have uploaded over 300 teaching tutorials for students to view prior to class or on their mobile devices during class.  We cover almost everything adobe...from the basics to advanced features of media development  software.  https://vimeo.com/digitalvoices
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Student View of Behance Portfolios

Posted on Jul 31, 2013 by David Egbert Last Activity on Feb 24, 2014

If you're looking for a student only view of Behance portfolios please see http://studentshow.com instead of going to the normal site. Student Show displays only the online portfolios of students.
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Education advice

Posted on Mar 14, 2013 by Daniel Calderone Last Activity on Oct 1, 2014

I am trying to figure out what order is the best way to learn everything Adobe. I have started with Photoshop, Illustrator, and In Design. Where should I go next, and what is the best way to go about it if I don't have the ability to drive to a school and take classroom classes. Thank you in advance, as I want to learn every one of the Adobe products I subscribe to in depth. I am curious the recommended learning order.DanielCalderone514@gmail.com
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Learning HTML5 website

Posted on Jun 10, 2011 by Mark DuBois Last Activity on Jan 21, 2014

I have spent a fair amount of time developing examples of HTML5 and CSS-3 (along with explanations). You will find these at the linked website. Where possible, I tried to add a little humor into some of the examples.
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HTML5 CSS Starter Page Series: Supporting Internet Explorer

Posted on Apr 1, 2011 by Sheri German Last Activity on Nov 16, 2013

In this installment of the HTML5 CSS Starter Page series, we're going to continue marking up the page. This time around we're going to add ARIA role attributes to the various HTML5 elements. This will enhance the accessibility for users of assistive technology, and it will provide a hook for more specific styles for elements such as unique headers and footers on a page. Later in this tutorial we'll also address a strategy for coping with Internet IE 7 and 8 support for users who have JavaScript turned off.
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Hypothetical web client - tumblr

Posted on Aug 9, 2010 by Mark DuBois Last Activity on Jan 21, 2014

I plan to use tumblr in the coming semester within the web classes I will be teaching. I have created a hypothetical client who will be posting throughout the semester. Students should be able to ask questions of the client and gain insights from actually working with others. I plan to use real comments from clients over the years to intersperse throughout the semester.
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When can I use HTML5, CSS3, SVG?

Posted on Aug 2, 2010 by Mark DuBois Last Activity on Jan 21, 2014

As you know, browser support for emerging technologies varies significantly. I have found this site to be helpful in identifying which technologies work reasonably well with which browsers.
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HTML5 test site

Posted on Aug 2, 2010 by Mark DuBois Last Activity on Jan 21, 2014

If you are curious how well your favorite browser supports the emerging HTML5 recommendation, try out this site. The authors try to keep it reasonably up to date. You should be aware that HTML 5 is still not finalized as a recommendation so this is a moving target.
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How to test a website in Adobe BrowserLab

Posted on Jul 1, 2010 by Adobe Education Last Activity on May 1, 2013

Because you can't control which browsers and operating systems users will use to view your site, it is important to test your site in different browsers. Use this guide to teach your student how to use Adobe BrowserLab - an online service that lets you test your website pages in a variety of web browsers and operating systems.
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The Dreamweaver CS5 CSS Starter Page Tutorials

Posted on Jun 2, 2010 by Sheri German Last Activity on Feb 16, 2013

This is an ongoing series that takes the students through creating a CSS based layout. After completing the layout, the students will understand how the new CSS Starter Pages in Dreamweaver CS5 work. Parts 1-9 are already published at CommunityMX as free tutorials, and I am keeping the entire series free so that my AEL colleagues can access it. As the series progresses, the students will learn about CSS3 properties, form and data table creation, and web standards topics such as accessibility. Each tutorial includes exercise files, as well as completed files so that students can compare their work.
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