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Create: With A Blank Slate - Student Portfolios Using Adobe Slate

Posted on Jul 31, 2015 by James Adkins Last Activity on Jul 31, 2015

This Slate presentation is focused on creating student portfolios to document learning using Adobe Slate. Links at the end of the presentation lead to Slate created tutorials on navigating, adding/editing content, and publishing.  This presentation was delivered at ISTE 2015 in Philadelphia at the ISTE Creativity Playground, hosted by the Arts & Creativity and Innovative Learning PLNs.  Enjoy, and share below: - What can YOU Create: With a Blank Slate?? #CreateEdu  - James  @JamesLAdkins
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Easily Trace Images in Adobe Flash

Posted on Jul 28, 2015 by Tim Bateup Last Activity on Jul 29, 2015

Unless you're an expert illustrator, it's hard to get good looking images in your animations and apps. A way to overcome this problem is to trace images in Flash. There are a number of ways to do this, so we look at a couple of ways in this tutorial.
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Social Media Image Dimensions

Posted on Jul 14, 2015 by Ms Lynn Cobbs Last Activity on Jul 14, 2015

This links to EPIC Social Media Cheat Sheet for Image Dimensions website. A handy tool with preferred image dimensions for cover and profile photos for Facebook, Youtube, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, Google+, etc. This a great tool for setting up work platform only. Using download features requires setting up an account and has fees. Also, using their proprietary application is limiting to the creative process.  http://www.postplanner.com/social-media-cheat-sheet-for-image-dimensions/
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ESL Literary Development App - Lesson Plan

Posted on Jul 9, 2015 by Alisha Crawford Last Activity on Jul 9, 2015

I really got into this lesson plan for the ESL Literary Development App.  Using the Spinner code as the basis for the app and the lesson plan is more about using the app as a tool to help ESL students.  This exercise helped me explore Mobile learning development and since cell phones are widely used Students get choice while developing English skills in: ·  Conversation, Speaking English in Discussion ·  Comprehension through reading ·  Introduction to Idioms ·  Writing: Short Book Summaries, Discussion Briefs ·  Research: Book Author Bios (via internet) write short bio. Also the activity will serve a dual purpose of testing the usability of the app.
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Create Icons for Mobile Apps in Adobe Flash

Posted on Jul 9, 2015 by Tim Bateup Last Activity on Jul 29, 2015

Learn how to create and add icons to the apps you have created in Adobe Flash. You simply use Fireworks, Photoshop or some other image editor to create your icons as .PNG files, then load them into Flash before you publish your app.
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Make a Golf Android App in Adobe Flash Using the Accelerometer

Posted on Jul 9, 2015 by Tim Bateup Last Activity on Jul 29, 2015

Learn how to make the 'Hole in One' Android app in Adobe Flash. This is a simple golf game where you need to tilt the phone until you get the ball in the hole. You learn how to use the Accelerometer template in Flash as well as some Code Snippets to quickly and easily put this game together. This is a video version of the tutorial from Kristine Kopelke (https://edex.adobe.com/resource/1c26e383a3/). If yu want to cater for modern phones, ensure your stage dimensions are set to full HD - 1080px width x 1920px height. If you do change this, change the code to match the changes - simple to do. I missed this step in the video.
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Make a Drum Kit App for Android Devices Using Adobe Flash

Posted on Jul 8, 2015 by Tim Bateup Last Activity on Jul 29, 2015

Learn how to make a simple drum kit app that can be played on Android mobile devices. You will use Adobe Flash to create the app and you will be shown how to publish the app and then put it on to your mobile phone for testing.
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Using Photoshop to make a GIF animation - updated for CC

Posted on Jul 6, 2015 by Lorraine Nitschke Last Activity on Jul 6, 2015

This Zip file contains one A4 page step-by-step instruction sheet for using Photoshop to produce an animated GIF from either ClipArt or a JPEG image. Three examples are also included. The instruction sheet has been updated for use with Photoshop CC. The only difference is in the saving of the file.
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How To Download the Required Tools for Mobile App Design

Posted on Jun 29, 2015 by Tim Bateup Last Activity on Jun 30, 2015

Learn how to download and install the required tools for mobile app design using HTML, CSS and JavaScript. You will need to download:1. Adobe Brackets (http://brackets.io/)2a. PhoneGap Desktop App (http://phonegap.com/blog/2014/12/11/p...)2b. PhoneGap Developer App (if you have an Android device - https://play.google.com/store/apps/de...)- PhoneGap Developer App (if you have an Apple device - https://itunes.apple.com/au/app/phone...)3. JQuery Mobile (http://jquerymobile.com/download/)
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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 25, 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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Artboards: Photoshop CC 2015's "Killer" New Feature

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

Pull any group of graphics designers together and ask them what their main “pain point” is when it comes to designing interfaces for mobile apps and they will tell you “Photoshop”. Though this may surprise quite a few people it is quite understandable. There are a variety of smartphone and tablets out there and they all have varying screen sizes. This inevitably results in a few dozen Photoshop .psd files containing multiple layers and a rather convoluted workflow. As of June 16, 2015, that has all vanished. The CC 2015 Photoshop update now sports a spiffy new Artboards feature that is dead simple to use. If you are an Illustrator user, you are quite used to the creation and use of artboards. The new artboards feature of Photoshop works very much like its Illustrator counterpart.
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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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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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Adobe Photoshop CC 2015 New Features LIVE Discussion (Arabic Language)

Posted on Jun 18, 2015 by Saif Smeirat Last Activity on Jun 23, 2015

Hello There, This my live discussion about the latest update of Adobe Photoshop Adobe Photoshop CC 2015 New Features LIVE Discussion  in ( ARABIC LANGUAGE ) I Discussed how to update to the new version and whats the new features of CC 2015.. Link : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YH86WEOpFsY Enjoy your watching Saif Smeirat Adobe Certified Instructor
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