Monthly Archives: July 2010

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Smarter Saves with Adobe Bridge Collections

Create collections without moving files from their original folders with Adobe Bridge!
By |July 31st, 2010|Adobe CS5|1 Comment

Free Event: Creating Email Newsletter Blasts!

Learn the ins and outs of creating killer html email marketing blasts! Look at the behind the scenes html development, in addition to best practices and avoiding being tagged as a “spammer.” This free event is at our Chicago training facility August 17th, 2010 , 5pm.

Register for this free event.

Learn about our Adobe Dreamweaver Training

By |July 28th, 2010|Future Computer Technologies|1 Comment

Adobe Photoshop CS5’s Repouss√© for Text

Adobe Photoshop CS5 offers amazing 3D features for text!
By |July 28th, 2010|Adobe CS5|0 Comments

Photoshop CS5 Layer Comps

Photoshop's Layer Comps make viewing different versions of files easy!
By |July 26th, 2010|Adobe CS5|6 Comments

Photography through Astronomy

As I was browsing the internet the other day, I stumbled across an article that may interest those of you who enjoy photography. It details a trick where you can use the rotation of the earth to create neat, long exposure photos. First, you need to know how to go about finding the North […]

By |July 26th, 2010|Future Computer Technologies|0 Comments

Photoshop CS5 New Paste Features

Adobe Photoshop CS5 offers new pasting capabilities!
By |July 22nd, 2010|Adobe CS5|0 Comments

Quick Tip from Jerome

Today’s tip is for all of you Mac users! Especially those that use Facebook and Flickr. What I am going to go over today is a simple way to upload pictures or even entire photo albums directly to Facebook and/or Flickr from iPhoto. If you are not currently using iPhoto to manage your artwork and […]

By |July 16th, 2010|Future Computer Technologies|0 Comments

Exploring Flex 4: One Day Flash Builder Training

Are you looking to see the latest and greatest Flex has to offer? Check out Adobe’s exciting event: Exploring Flex 4! You will get a one day overview and learn the basic fundamentals of working with Flex. The cost of this 1-day training is $199. For more information and registration, please visit: https://registration.mclabs.co/register.asp?m=251&c=18

By |July 12th, 2010|Adobe CS5, Flash CS5, Training|0 Comments

The Ascend Experience

Ever wonder what the Ascend Training experience is like? Or what the classroom environment like? Check out our newest YouTube postings! You’ll hear from our owner and instructors about Ascend’s goals and initiatives, plus you can see testimonials from our former students.