Hello guys, Can someone please tell me if wireframes and design comps are the same thing? If they are not the same, can someone please explain the difference; or, give a resource that gives a good, understandable explanation of the two. I have looked at the design project phases presentation under digital design (web design), but I'm still not understanding it. Thank you in advance :)
- Adobe Premiere Pro
- Adobe Spark
- After Effects
- Photoshop Lightroom
- Experience Design (Beta)
- Adobe AIR
- Animate CC
- Business Catalyst
- Adobe Captivate
- Adobe Capture CC
- Character Animator
- Adobe Comp CC
- Adobe Connect
- Adobe Creative Cloud
- Digital Editions
- Digital Publishing Solution
- Adobe Document Cloud
- Edge Animate
- Edge Inspect
- Edge Reflow
- Flash Builder
- Flash Player
- Adobe Fuse (Preview)
- Illustrator Draw
- Ink & Slide
- Adobe Marketing Cloud
- Media Encoder
- Adobe Media Server
- PhoneGap Build
- Photoshop Elements
- Photoshop Fix
- Photoshop Mix
- Photoshop Sketch
- Premiere Clip
- Adobe Premiere Elements
- Adobe Preview CC
- Adobe Scout
- Adobe Sign
- Adobe Stock
I have just interviewed for a High School Digital Design Teaching position. The interview took place at a school that is rebuilding a digital design program from scratch. I was asked which programs I would teach and in what order would I teach them for DD1, 2, 3 and 4. First, In what order do you suggest these 4 courses (PS, Ai, Dw and An for example) be taught? If you think a different set of 4 should be taught, please suggest the 4. Second, what do you think of the idea that each year, each student chooses for which program they want to learn and take the ACA test? For example, a D1 class could have a mix of students each taking their choice of one of 4 self paced tutorial programs and the same would be true of the subsequent courses, D2-D4. Third, another option would similar to the example above, except in the first year, DD1, students would briefly survey several programs without ACA testing and then in DD 2-4, each student could choose which one to specialize and take the ACA test in for each year. Thank you for your time, assistance and feedback. Kat
I was wondering if there is a link available to a site where we can use music to incorporate into our movies in Adobe Premiere Pro? I am thinking of something like the Pexels website for short videos...
Hi all! I was browsing this thread about issues other users were having with the Photoshop 2015 ACA and can't help but feel frustrated in preparing for my own ACA certification exams. Firstly, I can't seem to find any concrete resources that are purely for practicing the test. Since many other students have expressed the tests are difficult (a sentiment echoed by other teachers in the thread above), I wanted to approach the ACA certifications like I approached the SATs: by drilling and taking practice tests that are accurate and representative of the actual ACA exam. The few questions Adobe/Certiport throw in at the end of the study guides is not enough for me; I want a comprehensive and thorough run through of a test so I can get a concrete feel for what the questions are like. Please correct me if I'm wrong, but I've searched high and low for multiple-choice/other practice material and found next to nothing. I can't even begin to fathom the scenario questions. I can recall finding one thing on a website, and even then I don't think it was officially associated with Adobe or Certiport so I don't know if it'd be true to the real thing. In addition, even with reputable practice materials we have users saying things like this: "We have our students do practice tests using GMetrix as it's the most cost effective method for practice testing for my school, but the real exam is always much more difficult." "Oh yes, Its very different then Gmetrix tests on course i had." As a student self-teaching themselves for this exam, this is both worrisome and discouraging. And on top of all that, the test doesn't actually use the Adobe programs (instead they use something akin to a program simulator)? AND there's only one way to solve each problem? I can't help but wonder if it's worth taking these exams at all. I really want these certifications under my belt for internships, but it's very hard to stay motivated when the test seems so to have so many problems and things working against you. If anyone has any resources, advice, or words of encouragement, I'd greatly appreciate it.
Hi Greg/Kev/Sjaani, I'm trying to figure out how to download some of the raw files from two of the exercises we did in class (Shot Reverse Shot and Momentum). I'd love to use them in my own classes and have students work from the files that you provided for us. But I can't figure out how to download the files. I have them in my Creative Cloud Assets folder but ideally I'd love to be able to get all the raw files. Is this possible? Please advise! Thanks so much, Jack JLefelt@gmail.com
I am a high school Graphic Arts Instructor. We have purchased creative cloud for the classroom and I was looking for feedback on setting up creative cloud on each computer. Last year was our first year to use the program and I ran into some difficulty. Students were initially inputting setup info with false email accounts. It would then lock out anyone using that computer until I could apply a fix. I had to run a clean up tool to erase the setup info and start again. Pain in ___. My Mac lab has internet access but we are not on the school network. I have 24 computers. Does anyone have a similar lab? I wondered the best way to set up creative cloud without having to provide an account for each student. I see approximately 75 to 100 students per semester.
Does anyone know of any design contests and competitions that are available?
Hello, Can anyone shed some light on adobe certifications in regards to using them on resumes in the Design field? Thanks!
I find that with every upgrade that the program creators lag behind in teaching the new programs.
I fully agree with Ken, however such a shift will take time. The culture that has been created since the industrial revolution is very strong. Breaking down such a culture requires more than making people aware. Adobe is doing the right thing by providing the tools to help creativity blossom. I just hope that Adobe will start making these tools affordable to everyone.
Hi everyone, I've recently move to Toronto, Canada and was hoping to find out about any events or meetings that are being organized here in the near future. Thanks for letting me know. Mamdouh
I have enrolled in the Skill Builder course, but the following message is included in the first project: If you don’t submit before April 21, 2017, you can't graduate from the course or receive a digital credential.
I want to Open discussions about Photoshop Layers, regarding naming Layers when working in this application. Almost everybody I have seen, don't name the Layers. Why ?
Hi. I was employed by a manufacturing plant. So most of the workers did not pursue an education after high school. Most were generational employees. They used a paper testing system which created an unfair evaluation of their skills. I created a certification program which mirrored the objectives of the Quality Management Systems. They worked with SMEs and the pass rate expanded by over 60%. It made no sense to take them from the work they knew and put them in a paper testing environment. Most had not taken written tests for years and were frightened and intimidated.
Can anyone point me toward the specific details of how to maintain my T4T certification? I seem to remember that teaching a specific number of students per year was required, alas, I can't land on details here in edex.adobe.com Confessions of a Baby Boomer--feel like I shouldn't have to ask for this... RJB
I am a student learning Instructional Design, and I need to make an e-Learning Portfolio. I have seen some pretty amazing examples on the web, but I have very limited experience designing content for the web. I was thinking I could use Dreamweaver, and the Creative Cloud to put together a professional and good-looking website. Some Questions: ·What tools would you use to get the job done?·What are your favorite examples of e-Learning Portfolios?·What makes a great e-Learning Portfolio, any specific elements? Thanks for your input Jeremiah
Being that I am a Physical education teacher, Is there a way to incorporate differentiated learning into this type of learning environment? Can this be used for Physical education lessons? as we move further and further into the digital age, I would like to see if we can implenment certain lessons to make physical education an online learning capable subject, all the while still recieving the benefits of the classroom model.
What are some thoughts surrounding using Adobe products within elementary aged students to use in the classroom? What are some of the best programs that would be the best fit for elementary students?
hello! please, I want to know to process to get or pass adobe certificate in photoshop.
I teach Digital Media and am interested in which program teachers start with - Photoshop or Illustrator. This is a full year course so there's plenty of time to do both. Thoughts?
I just finished learning about illustrator and am excited to start planning an icon lesson. The students will be creating icons specific for each teacher in the high school. I plan to have each student interview a different teacher to find our more about their interests to help in creating their icon. Does anyone have any suggestions for this project?
Here is the link: https://spark.adobe.com/page/QtuWiD89jKzQs If you like it please follow me on Adobe Education Train the Trainer. Thanks Georges
Hi, I am going to give a an introduction course to a couple of people about Adobe Creative Cloud for Photographers and will also showcase Lightroom as the preferred tool for their Digital Workflow. Now before inventing anything new I was looking for some course material like powerpoint presentations etc. that I can use during the introduction part. Afterwards I will showcase live a workflow and walk over all the different modules that Lightroom has without jumping too deep into the details (that is for later sessions); Does anyone of you have such a slide deck that I can use (it will not be altered and the source/author will be clearly mentioned) before I start to puzzle something by myself? Every sort of resource is much appreciated. The first Workshop will take place on June, 4th. Thanks already & greetings from Belgium. Alex
https://youtu.be/GCPJadh7uzw Hi everyone! I just wanted to share a video I used in Premiere Pro. I am excited to continue learning more about this program.
This question is for Graphic Design/Communications teachers. I use the Graphic Communications, 5th Edition book but it's extremely out dated. What textbook do you use in your class and how do you like it?