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Adobe Creative Cloud Guide

In May of 2013, Adobe walked away from selling boxed-versions of software and moved exclusively to selling subscriptions to software such as Photoshop and InDesign. What does that mean for you?
What is Creative Cloud?
Adobe’s Creative Cloud, CC replaces the old model of Adobe “CS.” Users pay a monthly fee to access Adobe’s entire software library, cloud storage […]

By |February 18th, 2014|Adobe CC|0 Comments

Intelligent Upsampling in Photoshop CC

The Image Size Window and Intelligent Upsampling
The Photoshop Image Size window has received a major update! The new upsampling and downsampling algorithms allow for better results in enlarging and reducing the size of your images. Downsampling has always been a more manageable option, since you are simply omitting pixels. The only problem area has been that […]

By |July 19th, 2013|Adobe Photoshop CC|0 Comments

Adobe Edge Reflow: Adapting with ‘Responsive Web Design’

We live in an age of screens. You are looking at one right now, and so am I. In our modern lives we are constantly staring at screens of various sizes, and as the diversity of resolutions and aspect ratios has grown over time, so has pressure on web developers to adapt their designs to […]

By |March 18th, 2013|Adobe Creative Cloud, CSS3, Future Computer Technologies|4 Comments

Photoshop CS6 at your fingertips

Being a designer means working to deadlines – which means time is always of the essence. Working quickly and efficiently within Photoshop is essential and there comes a point when your poor mouse just can’t scurry around the screen fast enough to keep up.

Adobe have always included keyboard shortcuts to reduce the little guy’s workload, […]

Quick Tip: Using Dreamweaver for your CMS Development with Drupal, WordPress, Joomla, etc

Are you looking to do some theming or plugin development for a common CMS (Content Management Systems) such as Drupal, WordPress or Joomla? If that’s the case, then this tip may be useful for you. Dreamweaver CS6 has a neat option to provide code hinting for common CMS’. Start by setting up your server and […]

A New Way to Debug your Website on Many Devices

 

Adobe has just released a public beta for yet another useful application for web development. The current title is Adobe shadow. Now I haven’t had much time to play around with it as of yet, but I’ll provide the run down.

 

What Adobe Shadow is used for is previewing your website on not only your browser, […]

By |March 8th, 2012|CSS3, Future Computer Technologies, HTML 5, JavaScript|0 Comments

Tech Tip for the Web Designer

For those of you that are new to web design or would like to get started in the field, or if you are like me and just too lazy to code your CSS, I have a great tool for you! I recently stumbled on this web app CSS3 Generator which allows you to style a […]

By |June 10th, 2011|Adobe CS5|0 Comments

Photoshop Express – Photoshop for the iPhone/iPad!

Yes, Adobe has made a version of Photoshop for iPhones and iPads, and the best part? IT’S FREE! Here is a link to a video that demos this new app: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2hui0p_qI-Q

This is a great application for photographers looking to edit their photos on the go or for casual user who would like to edit or […]

By |April 4th, 2011|Adobe CS4, iPad, Technology|0 Comments

Quick Tip from Jerome – Dropbox

If you have a Flash or InDesign project that you are putting time into both at work and at home or just have files that you access and edit frequently from multiple machines, then Dropbox is a tool that you should look into. Dropbox is available for essentially all platforms, mobile, Mac, Windows, and even […]

By |October 14th, 2010|Technology|0 Comments

The End is Near, Part II

Time is quickly running out for Ascend Training’s regularly scheduled CS4 classes. Our last CS4 hands-on training will be:

Dreamweaver CS4 Level 1, Chicago, Aug 30 – Sep 1, Deerfield, Oct 11 – 13

Ascend Training is happy to put CS4 classes on our regular schedule for groups of 3 or more people. We will also be […]