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MY FRIST DESING

Posted on Feb 1, 2015 by Mason Dorson Last Activity on Feb 1, 2015

I live in poverty Now, I'm creating a new project that will allow me to have a good family, I have helped to build the Adobe web site is. www.adwhey.com
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BOT: Global Challenge

Posted on Jan 29, 2015 by Matt Cauthron Last Activity on Jan 29, 2015

Design, 3D modeling & printing, makers, bristlebots, light painting, Makey Makey, video drones, cyber-humans, superheroes, your imagination… Draw, paint, photograph, Photoshop, animate, illustrate, video, sound: Create a BOT orientated artwork that transforms your ordinary life into something super-syfy, magical, universal, or down right robotic. SIGN UP to PARTICIPATE HERE! 
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Create a Homepage with Dreamweaver and CC Extract

Posted on Jan 28, 2015 by Pip Cleaves Last Activity on Feb 1, 2015

Learn the first steps of turning an Adobe Photoshop web comp into a code-based design using Adobe Dreamweaver and CC Extract. Dreamweaver is the all-in-one visual development tool for websites and mobile content, and CC Extract is the service that makes it easy to extract PSD comp information for use in web and mobile sites. In this session, educator and web developer Sheri German will show you how to extract images to bring into a CSS starter page. Both Part 1 and Part 2 session recordings are linked below
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Promoting ABC2 Writing Strategy

Posted on Jan 27, 2015 by Mike Skocko Last Activity on Jan 27, 2015

Our school's english and social science teachers have developed a writing strategy they call ABC2 (the 2 is superscript—it reads: ABC squared). While all staff are supposed to be utilizing the strategy as we engage in "writing across content areas" (a district-wide model), adoption has been spotty. In an effort to make my own students masters of the strategy and promote ABC2 school-wide, we're redesigning the PDF (provided below), making posters, designing t-shirts, creating animations, videos, and kinetic typography. The four videos accompanying this resource primarily deal with typography in Illustrator.  After a brief hiatus for finals and launching the new semester, the resource of the day is back. Teachers, like students, need a challenge. Mine, for the remainder of the school year, is to create new quests for my students each day. I've no idea if I'll be able to achieve this goal but my students, for the most part, have had fun on this journey.  These tutorials aren't inte... Read More
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Standard Practical Exercise Reflection Sheet

Posted on Jan 27, 2015 by Kev Lavery Last Activity on Jan 27, 2015

I use this for every practical exercise I have my students undertake (whether it is animation, photographic, film, planning, whatever).  I have students collate all of these together as a sort of a practical journal - the end result is a go to cheat sheet for all the skills we have covered. It is a brief selection of questions (with prompts) and is broad enough to suit any practical task. It is designed to be done by hand in the last 5 or 10 minutes of a practical session.
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History of Graphic Design Timeline/Infographic

Posted on Jan 26, 2015 by Dena Wilson Last Activity on Jan 26, 2015

Design a creative and even unconventional infographic timeline for the history of graphic design between the first visual representations on cave wall through the inventions of the alphabets. Conclude by adding your own historical information and a picture of yourself! 
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A Lesson in Light Leaks and Tall Tales

Posted on Jan 26, 2015 by Mark Janke Last Activity on Jan 26, 2015

In this lesson plan, I tried to incorporate many aspects of this course while keeping it simple enough for my film students to still accomplish in one assignment. As you look through this lesson, you'll notice that certain aspect of this lesson assume certain abilities from my students. This is because we've had class for half the year and they already have certain skills and concepts mastered. If applied to another class, topics of quality sound recording, 3 point lighting, composition, editing, and basic color correction would need to be touched on in addition to my lesson. One of the best parts of film is the ability to be creative in story telling. This is why I'm requiring a tall tale storyline with this assignment. This makes the light leaks lesson exactly what it should be; a physical special effect and nothing more. I have included my tutorial for making physical light leaks as a part of this assignment. I've used this technique with my students for a few years now. It works great. My only word... Read More
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Building a Web Page with a PSD and Dreamweaver's New Extract Panel

Posted on Jan 23, 2015 by Sheri German Last Activity on Jan 28, 2015

In this project, students will design a web comp in Photoshop, and then easily develop it in Dreamweaver through the use of the new Extract panel. The resource folder includes the following: The script for the morning and afternoon webinarsA wireframe of the designA completed Photoshop compA completed project siteA completed html structureA CSS starter page for those who are new to CSSProject imagesA file with the page text
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Shot Construction Worksheet

Posted on Jan 23, 2015 by Kev Lavery Last Activity on Jan 30, 2015

This short activity provides students with an opportunity to practice storyboarding a range of shots portraying familiar situations. There is a predominant focus on subtlety and it also provides opportunities for sharing and reflection to better deconstruct the work they are doing.  I have included an example page of a completed storyboard from an unrelated project called Fistful of Detentions. I have also included the preliminary draft of this work.  Hopefully this is a helpful reference.  This is obviously designed for Media and Photography classes but would work well in an English class that is working on a film as text assessment. 
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curriculum

Posted on Jan 22, 2015 by camilo arango Last Activity on Jan 29, 2015

FIRST PHASE CONTENTS: That is creativity Comics and characters from the 50s in North America. Pop Art, 50s and exponents. Andy Warhol, Stan Lee, Richard Hamilton Roy Lichtenstein Bob Kane and writer Bill Finger. Creating cartoons and comics. INDICATORS 1. Learn basics of creating characters in the comic. 2. Make a story based on real events and takes the genre of fiction 3. Research and exposes the American Pop art of the fifties, Cartoon its characteristics and its main exponents. (Andy Warhol, Stan Lee, Richard Hamilton, Roy Lichtenstein.) 4. Bring materials and strives for the timely and orderly presentation of their work. SECOND PHASE CONTENTS: Cartoons, its evolution and importance today. Concepts creation of fictional characters. Engineering, film script. Rundowns and scripts Techniques for building a cartoon. Bullets. strokes sketches INDICATORS: 1. Make a main character based on his comic, in terms of physical and psychological characteristics. 2. Projects through drawi... Read More
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TUTORIAL 1 – USING TOOLS TO PIXELATE AN IMAGE IN PHOTOSHOP CC

Posted on Jan 22, 2015 by Rina Murray Last Activity on Jan 22, 2015

This is a great tutorial for junior level to familiarise an understanding with 'Dot and Pointillism Art'. This is a step by step activity for students to experiment with photography by manipulate their photograph in Photoshop by analysing dots, pixels, shapes and colours. On the right side of the page students and teachers can add specific notes or relevant information whilst discovering diverse typography tools in the process.
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Tasty Tuts video tutorials

Posted on Jan 22, 2015 by Keith Shafer Last Activity on Jan 26, 2015

Hello, I just wanted to share what I believe to be some of the best, easily understandable tutorials available outside of AdobeTV. Gareth David of London, England's Tasty Tuts has a slow, enjoyable way to follow along and supplies all the assets and resources you need to complete the projects. Best of all too, is that they are all on Youtube and free. They helped me immensely, and I highly recommend them to anyone wishing to learn Adobe's core applications. Mr. David is always adding more, and has several other outlets to explore as well, including his own site, a blog,facebook, twitter, and more. Below is the text from the Tasty Tuts Youtube "about page" as well as a link, and I hope you find all this helpful. Cheers, Keith  Design & digital arts creative video tutorials. TastyTuts is an endeavour to inspire creative minds, looking to learn how to use Photoshop, Illustrator and Indesign to bring imagination to life. From beginners to those that are highly skilled, TastyTuts offers a wi... Read More
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The Public Domain Project

Posted on Jan 21, 2015 by Kev Lavery Last Activity on Jan 26, 2015

Literally thousands of public domain media files that you can use in whatever you like.  The Public Domain Project The Pond5 site is a little buggy and awkward but totally worth it for these amazing  resources. 
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Who's Telling Your Story - A #CreateEdu Webinar

Posted on Jan 19, 2015 by Pip Cleaves Last Activity on Jan 19, 2015

Your school’s stories are already being shared online; are they the stories you want shared? Join Darren Kuropatwa of the James-Assiniboia School District for an exploration of easy digital storytelling techniques you can use to take control of the story of your institution Who's telling your stories? Shouldn't it be you? How can you share your stories of learning in an already full day? In this webinar we'll explore lightweight digital storytelling ideas & techniques you can implement in your school tomorrow to document learning and foster reflective ways for you, your students and teachers to share what they're learning; we'll share the stories you want told about your school. We won't just talk about it, we'll do it. Then we'll talk about how each of us might practically adapt these ideas in our own schools.
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Storyboard template

Posted on Jan 18, 2015 by Kev Lavery Last Activity on Jan 24, 2015

This is a storyboard template I use for the planning of any visual project - videos, animations, photography, flash projects, etc. It is adapted from classic storyboard templates to include the rule of thirds. I have found that this results in students naturally following the 'rule of thirds' when composing their shots even if this hasn't been explicitly covered. Also, I often tell my students, as a good rule of thumb, to storyboard about 20 to 30 shots per minute of film. Overall this generally results in better composition overall and a more engaging end product.  I have included links to Mike Browne's introduction to the Rule of Thirds, Brett Lamb's shot type examples, and a South Australian tourism advert that employs these concepts quite beautifully.  Mike Browne Brett Lamb Barossa. Be Consumed A good introductory exercise would be to attempt to storyboard shots from the advertisement.
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The Murky World of Polyester

Posted on Jan 17, 2015 by Jane Miller Last Activity on Jan 17, 2015

I have posted a short video introducing the fibre Polyester. This is to be used as a flipped resource for beginning discussion on fibre types at Higher secondary and post-secondary level. This attachment is a brief lesson plan to accompany the video posted on vimeo and previous assignment area.
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D'oh! Coping with (Very) Public Mistakes

Posted on Jan 16, 2015 by Mike Skocko Last Activity on Jan 16, 2015

Hours after introducing people to an easy way to make a whole collection of high-resolution grunge brushes, I realized I'd made a mistake. As mistakes are part of everyone's creative journey as well as the impetus behind this effort, I chose to leave the mistake in place and make amends rather than trying to cover my tracks. The four videos in this resource address and correct the mistake, offer new insights and strategies, and hopefully help others to take chances without fear of failure. We all make mistakes. Why not treat them as an opportunity for discovering that which we'd not encounter otherwise? Be it a new discovery or a long-forgotten process, mistakes can be the key that unlocks the door. ----- This is day 10 of a new series of Mac Lab videos. Teachers, like students, need a challenge. Mine, for the remainder of the school year, is to create new quests for my students each day. I've no idea if I'll be able to achieve this goal but my students, for the most part, have had fun beginning this journ... Read More
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All in a Lamp

Posted on Jan 16, 2015 by silvio nocilla Last Activity on Jan 30, 2015

. This tutorial will cover: Transform tool techniquesImage size ManipulationUse of Clipping mask and related techniquesUse of new layer adjustment techniquesUse Mask and refine edge masking
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High-Res Grunge Brushes Made Easy

Posted on Jan 15, 2015 by Mike Skocko Last Activity on Jan 16, 2015

An easy way to make a whole collection of high-resolution grunge brushes from a few images. This is day 9 of a new series of Mac Lab videos. Teachers, like students, need a challenge. Mine, for the remainder of the school year, is to create new quests for my students each day. I've no idea if I'll be able to achieve this goal but my students, for the most part, have had fun beginning this journey.  These tutorials aren't intended to be refined or polished. They're intended to be a daily extemporaneous exercise—though subject to rerecording when I become especially maladroit (which happens all too often). The idea harkens back to the spirit of Confessions of a Video Tutorial Junkie. The tutorial is here: High-Res Grunge Brushes (resource links provided in video description on YouTube) Mac Lab Video Tutorials is the new YouTube Channel I started to house this project. If YouTube is blocked at your school and you'd like access to the videos, leave a comment and I'll ZIP 'em a... Read More
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