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New Adobe CC 2015 - Recording in Spanish

Posted on Jun 26, 2015 by Wilder Bolanos Gomez Last Activity on Jul 2, 2015

Here we bring our event recording online, the latest news from Adobe Connect 2015 from tutorials, where I contributed with Rafael Tuduri, and Camilo Guitierrez Not just talking about the usual updates that are on everyone's lips, design, video and web. We went a little farther and exclusive scoop we show how the current 3D software Mixamo works recently acquired by Adobe. I hope you enjoy this content area throughout the Spanish-speaking community and others too. Link: https://youtu.be/_V3m2LPSnO0 
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Designing for Community Engagement Presentation

Posted on Jun 23, 2015 by Jessica Gauci Last Activity on Jun 28, 2015

This resource contains the presentation I delivered titled 'Designing for Community Engagement' on Tuesday 23rd June 2015. Please use it as a guide for ways to use Adobe Software to design engaging learning experiences and for ideas to connect with your local community. The resource includes interactive links, example activities and projects as well as guides. I hope it is useful Kind regards Jess 
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The Ultimate Adobe CC Keyboard Shortcuts List

Posted on Jun 23, 2015 by Kev Lavery Last Activity on Jul 2, 2015

An absolutely amazing resources for CC users. Covers shortcuts and quick keys for Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, Fireworks, Flash, Premiere and After Effects.  Here is the weblink for it but I've also included the downloaded assets in PDF and JPEG form for your convenience. 
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How To Create SVG Images In Adobe Illustrator

Posted on Jun 22, 2015 by Tom Green Last Activity on Jun 27, 2015

The beauty of vectors is the fact they are “Device Independent”. By that I mean they are not tied to pixels on the screen and can be scaled with no loss of resolution. With the ubiquity of mobile devices and the rise of “Small is good and fast!” there has been a corresponding growth of the use of SVG files . SVG stands for Scalable Vector Graphics and is a web format developed by the W3Cthat first appeared in 1998. I first encountered this format in 2000 when Adobe introduced its Macromedia Flash competitor – LiveMotion – at FlashForward. A common question is “How do I create an SVG image?” Essentially the vectors are converted to an XML document andthere are a number of applications such as Inkscape,GoogleDocs Drawings,Sketch3 and Adobe Illustrator. The reason I am using Illustrator is simply because the apps all have similar options and tools. What are some uses for SVG? They can be used for situations such as: Graphics created in a vector drawing appli... Read More
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How To Create A Long Shadow In Adobe Illustrator CC 2014

Posted on Jun 22, 2015 by Tom Green Last Activity on Jun 27, 2015

Long shadows are a hallmark of the trend to Flat Design on the web which is a reaction to the Skeuomorphic trend that was led by Apple. This trend was common through the use of depth, drop shadows and so on, to imitate objects. We saw it in the stitching around a calendar and the use of “wood” in a bookcase icon in the Mac OS. Flat design, which first appeared when Microsoft released its Zune player in 2006 and migrated to the Windows phone four years later, goes in the opposite direction and is characterized by a minimalist use of simple elements, typography and flat colors. Though there are those who seem to regard Flat Design as a passing trend it can’t be discounted. Especially when Microsoft builds this design standard into it’sMetro interfaceand Apple moves it into both its Mac OS and iOS devices. In this “How To” we are going to create a long shadow for a Twitter button. Let’s get started.
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PROJECT: Creating a Logo Design for a Local Business (Duration: 1 week)

Posted on Jun 22, 2015 by Calvin Hanson Last Activity on Jun 22, 2015

In this lesson, we’ll continue implementing our skills learned in Adobe Illustrator to create a logo for a potential client who owns a local business. Making things look pretty isn’t always the end goal. Skills learned by the end of the lesson include: Going from concept to completion Dealing with Clients and their needs and feedback Working in teams and giving/receiving feedback Finding and Researching competition Using Adobe Illustrator to bring sketches into be vectorized Handling deadlines
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https://www.behance.net/digitalpublishers

Posted on Jun 22, 2015 by ruud hendrikx Last Activity on Jun 27, 2015

It's our job to introduce and guide our students through the world of Creative Productions.  We learn them to provide solutions in the problems they encounter. They learn to design,  produce and maintain their contact with costumers. In our education we take full advantage  of all the opportunities that Adobe has to offer. We select the media that best suits specific  goals. Ideas become solutions through the innovative technologies provided.  We can hear it when opportunity knocks.
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Design Challenge Resources

Posted on Jun 16, 2015 by Zak Johnson Last Activity on Jun 19, 2015

The materials included in this resource were created for inclusion in the Adobe workshop From STEM to STEAM: Create a Design Challenge.
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Classroom Redesign Challenge

Posted on Jun 9, 2015 by Tod Johnston Last Activity on Jun 20, 2015

Challenge students to redesign the classroom with the help of Adobe Illustrator. Learning spaces can impact the quality of student interactions and learning in the classroom. In this design challenge, students take a participatory role in redesigning the classroom to accommodate different types of learning activities from quiet, independent study to small group collaboration to whole group discussions and presentations. 
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Data Visualization Resources

Posted on Jun 8, 2015 by Zak Johnson Last Activity on Jun 27, 2015

This is a resource created for the Adobe workshop Teach Visual Literacy: Data Visualizations. The PDF includes an extensive list and links to a variety of resources for teaching data visualization.
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Visual Literacy 101

Posted on Jun 8, 2015 by Zak Johnson Last Activity on Jun 28, 2015

This is a resource created for the Adobe workshop series on teaching visual literacy. The PDF includes a quick overview of points to include in a curriculum for teaching visual literacy.
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How To Kern In InDesign CC 2014

Posted on May 29, 2015 by Tom Green Last Activity on Jun 20, 2015

Nothing is more disturbing than seeing a headline or a sign that just doesn’t “read right”. The issue is always the typography. It could be poor choice of font, the colour, the size but, more often than not, the kerning of the letters is the culprit.  Whoever set the type wasn’t paying attention to the opening words of Robert Bringhurst’s masterwork, “ The Elements of Typographic Style”.  Right in the opening paragraph he states: “Typography is a craft by which the meanings of text (or its absence of meaning) can be clarified, honoured and shared or knowingly disguised”.
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Comic book creation with Photoshop and Illustrator

Posted on May 19, 2015 by Pip Cleaves Last Activity on Jun 20, 2015

The only thing more fun than reading comics? Making them! In this more advanced session, designer and educator Sean Glumace will teach you how to you’ll use Adobe Photoshop—the world’s most advanced digital imaging software—and Adobe Illustrator—the industry-standard vector graphics software—to create lettering, speech balloons, and more.
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Make a Comic Book Cover with Photoshop

Posted on May 19, 2015 by Pip Cleaves Last Activity on Jun 20, 2015

It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s your own comic book cover! In this beginner-level session, designer and educator Sean Glumace will teach you how to make a professional-looking comic book cover using Adobe Photoshop, the world’s most advanced digital imaging software. Session recording will be posted below.
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How to make a 3D bottle in Photoshop (Swedish)

Posted on May 17, 2015 by Tommy Bonté Last Activity on May 17, 2015

This is a step-by-step video how to make a 3D bottle. This video teach you how to use: - 3D Layers and 3D Objects - Set lights - Create default 3D objects and by using your own custom shapes, using paths  - Create several objects and operate under the same scene - Deform, Cap and Coordinate - Add texture and mix it with opacity - Render Sorry for all you english speaking friends, but maybe I can turn my voice to english mode in Captivate soon
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Package Design: Mini Cereal Box

Posted on May 14, 2015 by Fred Benitez Last Activity on Jun 20, 2015

I saw a great project by Lori Cullen on Creativity With Cereal, and I wanted to share my take on this lesson. In this project, students will create a new breakfast cereal brand, logo and build a mock packaging design. The students seemed to enjoy creating something original and seeing it to completion in the form of a mini cereal box. You could always take the project up a notch by mixing in some health education and requiring actual nutritional information based off research.  As educators, we are lucky to have a community like Adobe EdEx so we can share all of our ideas and find inspiration from others. Thanks Lori Cullen! 
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Cubeecraft: Paper Characters

Posted on May 14, 2015 by Fred Benitez Last Activity on Jun 20, 2015

I first used cubeecraft for downloading and printing characters from their website and to display around my teacher desk. I quickly realized just how fascinated my students were by them. I started by implementing these little guys into my classroom/print shop safety lesson. After we went over guidelines for using exacto knives and print settings, I allowed my students to print, cut and fold their cubeecrafts. Then one day, I had a student ask if he could create his own character! Lucky for us, cubeecraft had a standard template to use. This would become one of the most popular projects in my class and it teaches students on many different design levels.  Check out the website to get an idea of what they have, and try it out for yourself first. http://www.cubeecraft.com/ Then use the template attached to let your students design their own character! 
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Tabletop Whale's Guide to Making GIFs

Posted on May 13, 2015 by Kev Lavery Last Activity on Jun 20, 2015

Tabletop Whale (Eleanor Lutz) is a designer/animator/biologist who makes amazing moving infographics and charts.  This is a beautiful GIF infographic about how to create a GIF.  She has others but, as her site only stretches back to mid 2014, this is one artist to keep your eye on (especially if you are a science teacher). 
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Cool Infographics

Posted on May 11, 2015 by Kev Lavery Last Activity on Jun 20, 2015

Infographics are a great way of presenting information and data visually. Cool Infographics is a blog that collates the coolest, most artistic and most engaging infographics on a range of topics. Their tagline is Charts and graphs can communicate data; infographics turn data into information.  You can scroll through the 1000+ posts or search for an infographic on a specific topic - from Science to Social Media everything is covered. Here are a few choice examples (just to give you an idea of the breadth of topics covered): An Illustrated Guide to the Galaxy of Women's Shoes Flight Patterns Deconstructed The Shapes of Snowflakes When to Use JPEG, GIF, & PNG Image File Types Chef Hari Ghotra's Key Ingredients Infographics The Size of Our World How To Be a Google Power User
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DPS Overview, resources to the presentation

Posted on May 10, 2015 by Lukas Engqvist Last Activity on Jun 20, 2015

These resources were created for the presentation: CREATE DIGITAL PUBLICATIONS FOR MOBILE DEVICES WITH INDESIGN (6 May 2014)  Video Presentation Even though the DPS single edition is no longer available it is possible to create and upload a DPS folio to an iPad or iPhone and then interact with it using the Adobe DPS Viewer app. In the video it is explained the difference between a DPS that is tree structured (like a webpage) and the linear story of a Fixed Layout ePub. If the Articles are created and an InDesign book is used this makes it easy to structure the information so that it can be exported either as a DPS or as an EPUB (via the book flight menu). The assets are made available so that you may adapt and improve the presentation. The photographs are my own and you may use in educational setting. The video was student work, due to file size limit I did not include it so relink to any video (Adobe Premiere Clip is a perfect match for those that are new to video and want to ma... Read More
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Advanced Online Media

Posted on May 8, 2015 by Dave Cornelius Last Activity on Jun 22, 2015

Prerequisites and expectations: Students must have completed JMC 305 with a C or better and have at least a 2.5 GPA.  All students are expected to have basic multimedia knowledge and skills  as well as proficiency in the basics of journalism. Course goals:  The World Wide Web provides wonderful ways to tell stories but it demands new ways of thinking and new skills.  Thinking in interactive and web first multimedia terms is fun and challenging. This is an advanced course in producing Web-based material (i.e. stories and website components).  To succeed you must bring to it Web-searching skills, journalistic skills and a willingness to work hard. Online work is demanding but it will pay you back 10-fold in satisfaction.  Prepare to be a short on sleep and high on adrenaline this semester. You’ll be rewarded with an abundance of knowledge, valuable workplace skills and fun creating visual stories and websites. By the end of the semester you will learn about:... Read More
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Self and Soul (Mixed media design)

Posted on May 5, 2015 by Anna Cornell Last Activity on Jun 20, 2015

This is a year ten digital media project I have created in 2015. It utilises photographic and illustrative skills in Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator. The task is a self portrait photographic print that includes hand drawn organic  and geometric illustrative elements.  The students are to create a print that is monochromatic and applies the gestalt principles and elements and principles of design in the final outcome. Image manipulation skills are key in making this work successful.
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BMW Interactive Newspaper Ads

Posted on May 4, 2015 by Tarek Bahaa El Deen Last Activity on Jun 20, 2015

Students produce a printed interactive newspaper Ads (as a one of learning outcome of The course). Directed mostly to solve the problem of Newspaper ads inability to achieve attract attention of readers. Interactive relation between the product effectiveness and typography is used creatively to emphasize the entire concept and underline the product. The eye of the reader successfully stays with the product through the use of Interactive relation between the product effectiveness and typography sections and open white space.
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