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Adobe DPS Curriculum - Final Project

Posted on Apr 24, 2015 by Adobe Education Last Activity on Apr 24, 2015

This final project provides a way for students to tie together all that they have learned in this course, and reinforces by repetition the tasks they have performed in previous lessons.  This is the Final Project of the Adobe DPS Curriculum. Find the full curriculum syllabus here. For more resources for educators using Digital Publishing Suite in the classroom, check out the DPS for Educators portal. 
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Adobe DPS Curriculum - Unit 4 - Design considerations for screens

Posted on Apr 24, 2015 by Adobe Education Last Activity on Apr 24, 2015

Designing for mobile devices is the same as print design in some ways, and different in many other ways. The purpose of this course is to help students think critically about how digital design for mobile devices differs from print design.  This lesson consists of a lecture with slides. You may also want to include some live demo of various apps created with Adobe DPS.  This is Unit 4 of the Adobe DPS Curriculum. Find the full curriculum syllabus here. For more resources for educators using Digital Publishing Suite in the classroom, check out the DPS for Educators portal. 
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Adobe DPS Curriculum - Unit 2 - Interactivity Overview

Posted on Apr 24, 2015 by Adobe Education Last Activity on Apr 24, 2015

App content created with Adobe Digital Publishing Suite (DPS) can include a wide variety of interactive effects.  This lesson will help students learn the types of interaction that can be created in DPS folios, and see many real-world examples of interaction created with DPS.  This lesson consists of a lecture with slides. You may also want to include some live demo of various apps created with Adobe DPS.  This is Unit 2 of the Adobe DPS Curriculum. Find the full curriculum syllabus here. For more resources for educators using Digital Publishing Suite in the classroom, check out the DPS for Educators portal. 
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Adobe DPS Curriculum - Unit 1 - Basic Concepts

Posted on Apr 24, 2015 by Adobe Education Last Activity on Apr 24, 2015

Adobe Digital Publishing Suite (DPS) gives design students an opportunity to go beyond print and learn to design for mobile devices. The purpose of this lesson is to introduce students to digital publishing on mobile devices using DPS.  The emphasis is to help students understand that DPS provides an entire “ecosystem” for creating, viewing, distributing, and monetizing content, and analyzing user behavior.  This lesson consists of a lecture with slides. You may also want to include some live demo of various apps created with Adobe DPS. This is Unit 1 of the Adobe DPS Curriculum. Find the full curriculum syllabus here. For more resources for educators using Digital Publishing Suite in the classroom, check out the DPS for Educators portal. 
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Adobe DPS Curriculum - Unit 8 - Create an app and publish folios

Posted on Apr 23, 2015 by Adobe Education Last Activity on Apr 24, 2015

The focus of previous lessons has been on creating folio content. This is where most designers and production artists will spend most of their time. But a folio by itself isn’t very useful. A folio needs an app in which to reside. A folio will be “published” into an app. How to create an app and publish a folio is the focus of this lesson.  This is a lecture course. Because of the expense and complexity associated with getting developer accounts and certificates, these steps are best demonstrated and explained to students, rather than running a lab environment.  This is Unit 8 of the Adobe DPS Curriculum. Find the full curriculum syllabus here. For more resources for educators using Digital Publishing Suite in the classroom, check out the DPS for Educators portal. 
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Adobe DPS Curriculum - Unit 7 (Lab) - Including Media and Interaction

Posted on Apr 23, 2015 by Adobe Education Last Activity on Apr 24, 2015

In this lab, students will learn some best practices for embedding audio and video in DPS articles, and learn how to include four different types of animation.  This is Unit 7 of the Adobe DPS Curriculum. Find the full curriculum syllabus here. For more resources for educators using Digital Publishing Suite in the classroom, check out the DPS for Educators portal. 
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Adobe DPS Curriculum - Unit 6 (Lab) - Creating Interactivity

Posted on Apr 23, 2015 by Adobe Education Last Activity on Apr 24, 2015

In this lab, students will learn how to add various types of interactivity to DPS articles.  This is Unit 6 of the Adobe DPS Curriculum. Find the full curriculum syllabus here. For more resources for educators using Digital Publishing Suite in the classroom, check out the DPS for Educators portal. 
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Adobe DPS Curriculum - Unit 5 (Lab) - Creating and previewing a Folio

Posted on Apr 23, 2015 by Adobe Education Last Activity on Apr 24, 2015

In this lab, students will create a folio, set folio options, add articles to the folio, and learn various ways to preview the folio.  This is Unit 5 of the Adobe DPS Curriculum. Find the full curriculum syllabus here. For more resources for educators using Digital Publishing Suite in the classroom, check out the DPS for Educators portal. 
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Adobe DPS Curriculum - Introduction

Posted on Apr 23, 2015 by Adobe Education Last Activity on Apr 24, 2015

Welcome to a comprehensive curriculum for teaching Adobe Digital Publishing Suite. This curriculum has been written specifically for teaching DPS in a secondary or post-secondary education setting. The curriculum has been prepared with graphic design students in mind. However, it can be used by journalism classes, photography classes, and students in related disciplines.  A moderate level of Adobe InDesign proficiency is assumed for the lab portions of this curriculum. The DPS steps are explicitly spelled out in the lab handouts, but it is assumed that students will be able to do basic InDesign page layout without step-by-step instruction. This is the Introduction to the Adobe DPS Curriculum. Find the full curriculum syllabus here. For more resources for educators using Digital Publishing Suite in the classroom, check out the DPS for Educators portal. 
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Adobe DPS Curriculum - Unit 3 (Lab) - Creating and previewing articles

Posted on Apr 23, 2015 by Adobe Education Last Activity on Apr 24, 2015

In this lab, students will have the opportunity to create static article content in InDesign, and preview the articles they create on a tethered iPad. This is Unit 3 of the Adobe DPS Curriculum. Find the full curriculum syllabus here. For more resources for educators using Digital Publishing Suite in the classroom, check out the DPS for Educators portal. 
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Image Editing with Adobe Photoshop

Posted on Apr 19, 2015 by sofia katsikadi Last Activity on Apr 19, 2015

This is my lesson plan for Image Editing with Adobe Photoshop It's a 3hour x 10session course that includes Image Theory, Adobe Bridge, Adobe Photoshop and Camera Raw. This course is for Photographers, Image Editors, Retouchers, Graphic Designers and creative amateurs.In the actual course I include an interactive presentation with supportive images, additional study material and exercise files. We begin with the presentation and then we continue in the lab where I can show the techniques in Photoshop and then they can do the same in the lab's computers. I believe it's a very effective course and I saw in practise that the students loved it, because it may seem difficult at first but in the lab you can have deeper understanding, have really fun editing and become really creative.
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Retouching in PhotoShop CC2014

Posted on Apr 18, 2015 by Michael Chow Last Activity on Apr 18, 2015

PhotoShop Retouching for Creative Cloud 2014: Photoshop has been the go-to tool for artists when it comes to professionally retouching images. There are six photo retouching tips and tricks. The following is a step by step of using these simple tools. This is a follow-up to 'Retouching Your Images in CS5' (https://edex.adobe.com/resource/414-afa6/), as this is now for CC2014. The added tool was the Content Aware Move Tool, which I have to say, is pretty cool to use too! Hope this works for you.
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Photography presentations (dutch)

Posted on Apr 10, 2015 by Hilde Maassen Last Activity on Apr 10, 2015

https://slate.adobe.com/a/7YY37 An still growing presentation with already over 100 links to online slate presentations for students photography. About studio, technics, light, using a camera, design, lenses, composition, how to start as a photographer, writing bills, communicate with clients, presentation, buy a camera, developing a film, quitclaims, planning, apps for the photographer, shutter, aperture, making a site, business cards, marketing .......
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How To Use Adobe Comp CC

Posted on Apr 3, 2015 by Tom Green Last Activity on Apr 23, 2015

Adobe Comp CC isa free iPad app that let’s you create usable comps for everything from mobile screens to magazine layouts complete with the same artwork bits and pieces you would normally use.Tie this in with a CreativeCloud accountand you can start creating comps anywhere from the local coffee shop to around a table with your team or client. What really makes this app so compelling is the comps you create can be sent toInDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator for refinement or shared with your colleagues onBehance.
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Project Management - Resource

Posted on Mar 31, 2015 by Clint Balsar Last Activity on Apr 1, 2015

I am in love with the resource Trello! I have used it for several project focused activities, but found it indispensable during my time as a newspaper adviser. It utilizes your already set up Google accts. and works with a left to right workflow (although you can customize it to work any way you want).
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Domino's Pizza Interactive Newspaper Ads

Posted on Mar 24, 2015 by Tarek Bahaa El Deen Last Activity on Mar 24, 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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Graphic design

Posted on Mar 24, 2015 by Dhanaraj Keezhara Last Activity on Mar 24, 2015

In Bangalore , last year a child who was allegedly sexually assaulted by the teachers in her school. Civil society , activists and parents are protesting in different ways, against this issue . protests still continued .As the part of public awareness campaign against Sexual assault our students are making posters and digital images ,and sharing with public by uploading them into social networks like Facebook , twitter, Behance and whats-app. behance link: https://www.behance.net/gallery/18655359/Graphic-design-
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Ferdo Furniture Interactive Sequential Magazine Ads

Posted on Mar 23, 2015 by Tarek Bahaa El Deen Last Activity on Mar 23, 2015

These days, our life is full of various ads, which makes us become more and more blind to advertising. Companies are always trying to find new and creative ways to catch consumer’s attention. so this is project with my students in Advanced Computer Graphic Course under title (Interactive Sequential Magazine Ads), try to create creative and clever magazine ads directed mostly to solve the problem In a world filled with interactive technology, how can print ads compete?  Interactive Sequential Magazine Ads had one thing in common: interaction. Either by giving the reader something physical to interact with, or using technology itself to enhance the ad, each ad was able to create that extra component that begged and even forced the reader to pay attention and absorb its message.
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Avon Interactive Sequential Magazine Ads

Posted on Mar 23, 2015 by Tarek Bahaa El Deen Last Activity on Mar 29, 2015

These days, our life is full of various ads, which makes us become more and more blind to advertising. Companies are always trying to find new and creative ways to catch consumer’s attention. so this is project with my students in Advanced Computer Graphic Course under title (Interactive Sequential Magazine Ads), try to create creative and clever magazine ads directed mostly to solve the problem In a world filled with interactive technology, how can print ads compete?  Interactive Sequential Magazine Ads had one thing in common: interaction. Either by giving the reader something physical to interact with, or using technology itself to enhance the ad, each ad was able to create that extra component that begged and even forced the reader to pay attention and absorb its message.
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How to be a Creative story board in six easy steps

Posted on Mar 22, 2015 by Dhanaraj Keezhara Last Activity on Mar 28, 2015

How to be a Creative story board  in six easy steps Step 1. Form an idea: According to the children, this was one of the three most difficult steps in the process. The idea can be as simple as a trip to the market or as complex as a war. But the only condition is that the idea should be your own interpretation, opinion or story of something. Step 2. Form your characters: Obviously, the idea has to be conveyed by someone. Hence, create your characters. Children picked inanimate objects, plants, animals, humans, the sun, the moon, extinct species etc. to tell their tale. They made half-page sketches of their main characters, focussing on their appearance, attire and quirks to help them keep the characters recognizable throughout the story.   Step 3. Create your story: The characters will need a way which leads to the grand or subtle unveiling of your idea. Thus, you create your story with a narrative arc. The narrative arc can be gripping or bl... Read More
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MaxFactor Interactive Sequential Magazine Ads

Posted on Mar 18, 2015 by Tarek Bahaa El Deen Last Activity on Apr 8, 2015

These days, our life is full of various ads, which makes us become more and more blind to advertising. Companies are always trying to find new and creative ways to catch consumer’s attention. so this is project with my students in Advanced Computer Graphic Course under title (Interactive Sequential Magazine Ads), try to create creative and clever magazine ads directed mostly to solve the problem In a world filled with interactive technology, how can print ads compete?  Interactive Sequential Magazine Ads had one thing in common: interaction. Either by giving the reader something physical to interact with, or using technology itself to enhance the ad, each ad was able to create that extra component that begged and even forced the reader to pay attention and absorb its message.
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