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2014 Adobe Training Classes Denver

2014 Adobe Training Classes Denver 2013 was a great year! It is always a privilege to work with so many wonderful individuals and companies eager to learn the creative tools Adobe software has to offer. To start 2014, we made-

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Adobe Moves to Subscription-Only Model

[pullquote style=”left” quote=”dark”] It’s time for a change. We believe the creative process can be better. We believe your tools can do more. Imagine fonts, files, projects and teams always in sync. Inspiration exactly when you need it. Sharing, collaborating,-

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Why I Love the Adobe Creative Cloud

Last May, Adobe introduced the Adobe Creative Cloud…but what is it? In the most simplest explanation, it is a new way to purchase Adobe software. But it is really much more than that. We are familiar with “Buying Option #1”-

Create a Website Without Writing Code

Are you a graphic designer who has tried to learn how to code, and thought to yourself “This isn’t what I signed up for!” Design and web coding are two different types of skill sets, using two different parts of-

Building iPad Apps With InDesign

Building iPad Apps With InDesign Back in September of 2012, Adobe released Digital Publishing Suite, Single Edition. If you were a Creative Cloud subscriber, this meant you could create unlimited single-issue iPad apps. But what does this mean exactly and-

What Are The New Features In Adobe Dreamweaver CS6?

Dreamweaver is the web’s number one development software for websites and our chosen platform for Adobe Creative Suite Training. Over the years it has progressed from being a static web development tool, to being one that can integrate with dynamic,-

New Image Trace Illustrator CS6

Live Trace was introduced to Adobe Illustrator users in CS2. I remember the release of CS2 and how revolutionary Live Trace was—you mean to tell me I can take any pixel-based image and “Trace” it into vector art? This worked-

Creating PDF Forms with InDesign CS6

One of the most exciting updates (in my opinion of course) to InDesign CS6 is the ability to create interactive PDF forms. You could not create the fields in InDesign before CS6—you used Form Wizard in Adobe Acrobat. Now you-