Did you know that Photoshop CC 2017 introduced color font support? Thanks to a brand new font technology called OpenType-SVG, you can now use typefaces that feature colorful, multi-chromatic or textured graphic characteristics. This tutorial will show you how you can leverage the font creation add-on Fontself Maker to turn any Photoshop image layer into a color font. Want to learn more about color fonts? Visit the first online resource dedicated to this matter: www.colorfonts.wtf
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A simple tutorial to create an OpenType font based any handwritten or digitally created alphabet, using the font creation add-on Fontself Maker. It's a great solution to propose a hands-on approach of type-making to your students (they can make their very first font in less than an hour). And DIY custom fonts can also bring a unique touch to a yearbook, or any other graphic design project ;)
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This is one of my favorite projects. Students use their newly honed PS skills at selecting, masking and blending to create their own mythical critter out of 2-3 high res images of animals (humans work as well.) Part I: Creating the critter: Students combine images of several different animals using non-destructive selecting and masking techniques to create their own unique mythical critter. Part II: Students create a habitat for their critter using several landscape images and providing any extra way-out celestial effects that they wish. They need to keep in mind their critter's adaptations (a really fuzzy, winged mammal that breathes fire probably would not thrive in an undersea environment. There has to be some logic to this.) Part III: Students write an essay, David Attenborough like, to describe their critter's adaptations and behavior: mating habits, what they eat, how they bear their young, etc. They need to create a Latin name as well as a common name for their critter.
This post features resources shared by Dr Tim Kitchen with teachers at Xavier College - Llandilo, NSW on 30th March, 2017. Stay informed about future Adobe in Education professional learning opportunities for teachers in Australasia via: http://bit.ly/adobeEDU-events Join the Australasian Adobe Professional Learning Group on EdEx to say in touch with Adobe in Education https://edex.adobe.com/group/apac-pl/ Check past Adobe in Education active use activities via https://edex.adobe.com/group/apac-pl/ and CreateEdu TV https://edex.adobe.com/group/apac-pl/
This post features resources shared by Dr Tim Kitchen during his professional learning session with NSW educatiors at the Sydney Adobe Office on 27th March 2017. Stay informed about future Adobe in Education professional learning opportunities for teachers in Australasia via: http://bit.ly/adobeEDU-events Join the Australasian Adobe Professional Learning Group on EdEx to say in touch with Adobe in Education https://edex.adobe.com/group/apac-pl/ Check past Adobe in Education active use activities via https://edex.adobe.com/group/apac-pl/ and CreateEdu TV https://edex.adobe.com/group/apac-pl/
The webinar I did for Adobe EdEx is done and dusted and the recording for it can be accessed at the link below. https://my.adobeconnect.com/p9ueioopmo14
This cross-curricular STEM project is perfect for a middle or high school classroom. Students will use Open Rocket, a free software, to design their custom rockets according to their flight goals. After tracing their design in Illustrator, students will generate 3D objects in Photoshop and export them for printing.
This project was designed as a collaboration between me and my school drama teacher. Inspired by artist JR’s global art project, our students created these large-scale photos to speak back to community stereotypes. Students worked in groups to discuss issues of identity and representation, then developed mission statements for the project to frame the photo installation. Each student posed for a photo expressing one of the mission statements. Students used Adobe Photoshop to edit and resize their images, type their mission statements, then assemble the layout of their photos for the installation. After printing the posters, students wheat-pasted the photos onto walls throughout the school. The goal was for students to discover and celebrate who they are as a school community while speaking out against misconceptions to turn stereotypes inside out.
This video tutorial will walk you through the steps to create your very own custom 3D printed keychain. You'll design your keychain in Illustrator, then bring your design into Photoshop where you can extrude it for 3D printing. Now that Photoshop CC includes direct support for 3D printers such as Makerbot, making unique 3D printed projects is super easy. I'll also show you how to export your file for printing with other brands of printers as well.
Ben Eyles (benhasacat.com), former press photographer with Fairfax newspapers AU and now Wodonga TAFE photography teacher, shares with you how he uses Photoshop to make time-lapse sequences. Start by opening your images as an Image Sequence to create a movie clip.Then, adjust the speed of movie clip to achieve the desired visual effect. @benhasacat on Instagram, Twitter and Snapchat.
This assessment is taught at the start of Year 9 to IST students who are learning about hardware, the history of computing and how data is transferred. It uses Adobe Spark 'Post' to make a poster and has Adobe Spark 'Page' to make a presentation.
I use this file as a way to reinforce early users on using type in Illustrator. The file introduces using type on a path, area type tool, and adjusting type layouts. I added two challenges in the file (with tips in hidden layers) as a quick way for students to test their abilities and for teachers to easily gauge who has learned the content. I hope you find this helpful.
You will find the College logo that you have drawn thru a blind draw. You will trace the school logo and try to match the school's colors of your team. You will make an 11 x 17 Triangle/Pennant in Adobe Illustrator. You will color in the pennant the colors of the your team. You will them print it out on 11 x 17 paper and hang it the hallway.
One way of putting together a softball poster from scratch. http://90eastdesign.com/nbd/video.html Start with video: Photoshop- Pima Poster Video 1- Using the quick mask tool Video 2: Photoshop- Pima Poster Video 2 Final Video: Photoshop- Pima Poster Video 3
This post features resources shared by Dr Tim Kitchen during his workshop/presentation with Pre-service teachers at Monash University on 22nd March, 2017. Stay informed about future Adobe in Education professional learning opportunities for teachers in Australasia via: http://bit.ly/adobeEDU-events Join the Australasian Adobe Professional Learning Group on EdEx to say in touch with Adobe in Education https://edex.adobe.com/group/apac-pl/ Check past Adobe in Education active use activities via https://edex.adobe.com/group/apac-pl/ and CreateEdu TV https://edex.adobe.com/group/apac-pl/
Students create a presentation that explains what their Claymation animation will be about.
Adobe XD had been build from the ground up to address the complex needs of today’s UX designers. It's got awesome innovative tools that will speed up your workflow from wireframes and high-fidelity designs to interactive prototypes. In this tutorial you'll learn how to use Adobe XD and make your very first prototype for an app. You'll get familiar with a lot of features, tools and techniques which are important to get yourself started.
In this clip from "On the Media", the late John Solomon talks about his first experiences as a radio reporter. He explains that the seamless articulate sound of public radio is not as effortless as it sounds. Audio editing actually changes the spoken word, and that creates interesting ethical choices. This recording makes an excellent discussion starter! The clip originally aired on November 16, 2003 and has become a classic.
Play this clip before recording audio or video; use it as a reference point for standard output volume on your speakers or a headset. This will help insure that the input level is correct. Novices often don't realize they have the output level set high, and then record without monitoring the input volume level. When the novice listens to the recording they will think the level is high enough, when it is actually low. [the text of the recording is from "Once On A Time" by A. A. Milne]
This short introduction of project management outlines the fundamental understanding required prior to initiating a project. It provides a conceptual overview of the phases during the project lifecycle. The content is divided into 2 pages which can be navigated between at the end of each bag. To access the content, please click here.
Assessment tool for a PhotoShop-based image editing project (could also be done with Illustrator or InDesign). Students created a poster to advertise a real-life event.
The amount of meaning that images add to a website, presentation, or document varies greatly. Some are merely decorative, while others help explain complex relationships. This presentation provides visual examples of several of the "multimedia principles" that have emerged from the work of Richard Mayer and others, such as Ruth Clark.
A short summary that can help students self-evaluate their work or critique others' work.
This is a short presentation I did for my print publishing students who insist on using Photoshop for every graphical problem. It examines what (in my view) is the correct application for a given task. It starts with a large group of CC icons and then focusses on ID, AI and PSD. Some of the categorisation may appear simplistic to some, and I would agree. But I'm just trying to get them to appreciate other applications. At the end I give my strategy - short sharp demos and projects so they can put stuff into practice. For the curious, the font is Subway Novella and most of the images are from Ads that first appeared in the 1930s and 40s. As far as I can find out the images should be either covered by public domain or fair use. If that's not the case please let me know.