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  • The Non-Designer's Workshop

    PREREQUISITES:

    Attendees need only to have  standard computer competence on  Mac or Windows operating systems

    FORMAT: 4-Days Hands-On Training

    COST: $1350 (save $250 over the cost of registration for each individual class)

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    This 4-day collection of classes is designed to meet the needs of people who do not have a background in graphic arts but find themselves needing to put together marketing materials, newsletters, brochures, signs, poster, invitations, etc. without the help or guidance of a trained designer. The classes cover basic design concepts as well as fundamental instruction in how to use Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator to edit photos, create logos and line-art, and create basic print materials ready for publication.

    Photoshop for the Non-Designer

    Brand new to Photoshop and digital imaging? Photoshop ND is an entry-level intro to Photoshop that will get you familiar with the program and making basic changes, color corrections and photo comps quickly. (see separate class description for info and  syllabus)

    Adobe Illustrator for the Non-Designer

    This class is a down and dirty intro to vector art that will get you up and running with the program and creating or editing basic art and designs quickly. Create your own logos, clip art and illustrations with confidence. (see separate class description for info and  syllabus)

    Adobe InDesign for the Non-Designer

    This is a beginner's course in Adobe InDesign aimed at learners who have little or no previous experience with page layout software. We start at ground zero and build the basic skills necessary to creating layouts for print publication. (see separate class description for info and  syllabus)

    Design Basics for the Non-Designer

    Knowing the software is only half the battle. What's the best layout for my page? How big should the headline be? How many colors should be used? What about fonts? Am I doing this right? This class will help you confidently make decisions about the look and feel of your page designs through an introduction to basic design principles. (see separate class description for info and  syllabus)

     

  • Photoshop for the Non-Designer

    PREREQUISITES:

    Attendees need only to have  standard computer competence on  Mac or Windows operating systems

    FORMAT: 1-Day Hands-On Training

    COST: $400

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    This class helps tame Adobe Photoshop and makes it accessible to the absolute beginner. The pace of this class is slower than our other Photoshop classes and the goal for students is to reach fundamental understanding of the program and be able to make basic image edits with confidence. The class covers basic color editing, cropping, combining photos into simple photo-compositions, image repair, and basic image formatting for graphics work.

    Photoshop for the Non-Designer may be taken as a 1-day stand alone class or as part of our larger 4-day Workshop for the Non-Designer that covers the fundamentals of Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign, and Design Fundamentals.

    Introduction to Photoshop and its Workspace

    Bitmap Art explained

    overview of the menus panels and tools

    using the help system and other support functions

    zooming, panning and navigating

    Using Selection Tools to Isolate Areas of a Photo for Editing

    working with selection tools

    choosing the best tools for the job

    using selection tools in tandem

    quick masking and improving selections with brush tools

    save selections for future use

    rotate and re-size selected areas of an image

    Combining Two or More Photos

    how to get one photo into another

    basic layering

    remove backgrounds

    feathering selections for seamless edges

    Image Repair

    rotate, re-size and crop photos

    fix old photos using the clone tools

    remove blemishes using the healing brushes

    remove anything using content aware fill

    use the paint brushes for basic retouching

    removing red-eye

    using the history panel and the history brush for selective undos

    Fixing Color Problems

    Introduction to image adjustments

    adjustment menu vs adjustment panel

    change hue and saturation

    adjust brightness and contrast with levels

    remove color casts with levels

    Preparing Photos for Print or Web

    understanding image resolution

    converting colors to CMYK

    using the 'save for web' feature

    choosing between .jpg, .png, .gif, .tif, .pdf, and .psd

     

  • Illustrator for the Non-Designer

    PREREQUISITES:

    Attendees need only to have  standard computer competence on  Mac or Windows operating systems

    FORMAT: 1-Day Hands-On Training

    COST: $400

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    This class takes inexperienced users into the world of vector art. Explore how to edit existing illustrations and create original art through the creation, editing, and manipulation of basic shapes and lines. Other objectives are to learn how to add and edit text in art, apply colors and patterns, take advantage of the program's effects, and prepare art for use in print and on the web.

    Illustrator for the Non-Designer may be taken as a 1-day stand alone class or as part of our larger 4-day Workshop for the Non-Designer that covers the fundamentals of Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign, and Design Fundamentals.

    Introduction to Illustrator's Workspace

    vector art explained

    overview of the menus panels and tools

    using the help system and other support functions

    zooming, panning and navigating

    Editing Existing Art

    selecting the things you want to change

    applying color changes

    making text edits

    modifying shapes

    adjusting line widths

    making dashed lines

    Beginning Vector Drawing

    mastering the pencil tool and blob brush

    constructing a drawing with basic shapes

    join constructions with the shape tool

    create lines, arcs, spirals and grids

    basics of the pen tool and demo

    Transforming Vector Objects

    rotate shapes and lines

    scale objects larger and smaller

    duplicating objects

    duplicating AND transforming objects

    Creating Text Objects in Illustrator

    overview of the different types of type ;)

    creating and linking text frames for layouts

    using point type and type effects

    putting type into custom shapes

    putting type along the edge of an object

    Applying Special Effects

    overview of the effects menu

    applying effects to objects

    shadows, scribbles, glows, etc.

    using the appearance panel to edit effects

    Putting it All Together

    creating logos

    creating custom clip art

    creating a cartoon drawing

    Preparing Vector Art for Print or Web

    using the 'save for web' feature

    using the save for microsoft office feature

    choosing appropriate file formats

     

  • InDesign for the Non-Designer

    PREREQUISITES:

    Attendees need only to have  standard computer competence on  Mac or Windows operating systems

    FORMAT: 1-Day Hands-On Training

    COST: $400

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    This class is a great starting point for anyone who finds themselves responsible for editing or creating printed marketing materials but has no background in graphic design. The pace of this class is slower than our other InDesign classes and the goal for students is to reach fundamental understanding of the program and be able to make edits and create simple documents with confidence. Basic page-layout and typography are discussed in addition to learning about the Adobe InDesign software application.

    InDesign for Non-Designers may be taken as a 1-day stand alone class or as part of our larger 4-day Workshop for the Non-Designer program that covers the fundamentals of Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign, and Design Fundamentals.

    Introduction to InDesign and its Workspace

    Adobe InDesign vs Microsoct Word

    overview of the menus panels and tools

    using the help system and other support functions

    zooming, panning and navigating

    beginning to learn keyboard shortcuts

    points and picas or inches

    selecting and manipulating page elements

    Editing Existing Documents

    making text edits in the layout

    making text edits via story editor

    swapping images

    resizing images

    color edits in InDesign

    using the eyedropper to transfer formatting

    adding and deleting pages

    running spell check

    Creating New Documents and Layouts

    starting from scratch

    using guides and grids to order the design

    adding text frames to a page

    importing images

    creating basic graphic elements

    Working with Color

    using the color picker, swatches, gradients, and color panels

    adding custom CMYK color mixes

    adding Pantone colors

    creating and applying custom gradients

    Basic Typography

    character formatting

    paragraph formatting

    introduction to styles

    common typesetting errors

    Managing multi-page documents

    overview of the pages panel

    creating a tri-fold brochure

    setting up a master page

    using layers

    Getting it Printed

    printing in house

    creating PDFs

    prepare and package files to send to press

  • Design Basics for the Non-Designer

    PREREQUISITES:

    Attendees need only to have  standard computer competence on  Mac or Windows operating systems

    FORMAT: 1-Day Hands-On Training

    COST: $400

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    Creating an effective page design is not simply a matter of knowing the software. We can help you improve the quality of your designs and help you better communicate your message with this overview of graphic design and its fundamental principles. Goals for this class are to learn to create visual interest, use contrast to lead the viewer's experience, improve readability, and keep information organized and ordered for best results.

    This class may be taken as a 1-day stand alone class or as part of our larger 4-day Workshop for the Non-Designer program that covers the fundamentals of Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign, and Design Fundamentals.

    Understanding the Purpose of Design

    capturing viewer interest

    grouping information to create order and hierarchy

    leading the viewer through a page visually

    tying it all  together

    maintaining a planned appearance

    Elements and Principles of Design

    using line, shape, color, type, texture, image, space

    understanding contrast, repetition, alignment, and proximity

    Using the Design Process

    exploring ideas with sketches or thumbnails

    refining the best ideas into rough prototypes

    finalize your thinking and create a fininshed design

    Exploring Basic Typography

    a abrief overview of type

    working with points and picas

    applying design principle to type

    avoiding common typesetting errors held over from the typewriter

    Giving Voice to your Designs

    choosing design elements that create personality

    exploring color options based on color theory

    choosing typefaces

    Avoiding Common Design Mistakes

    crowding the margins

    competing elements

    random page positioning

    overuse of gradients and effects

    Finding Resources for your Design Work

    overview of copyright law

    free and low-cost stock photography resources

    downloading fonts and glyphs

    taking advantage of layout templates

    getting color help from the kuler community

    finding paper

    Partnering with a Printer

    understanding 4-color process printing

    offset vs digitall printing

    asking the pros when you don't yet know

  • Digital Illustration with
    Photoshop and Illustrator

    PREREQUISITES:

    FORMAT: 2-Days Hands-On Training

    COST: $775

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    Finally! A class for Artists. We noticed that most of the training options out there for Photoshop and Illustrator cater to photographers and designers but few if any take into account the army of painters, artists, and illustrators who want to use the computer to draw and paint or to work with scans of their traditional media pieces. If you are looking to learn or improve skills in digital art-making then this class is for you!

    Overview of Photoshop & Illustrator

    Vector vs Bitmap

    Why and when to use each program

    Getting around in the Adobe Environment

    The Digital Pencil: Using a Wacom Tablet

    set-up and familiarization with a digital drawing tablet

    drawing in Photoshop

    understanding Photoshop's Brush Engine

    drawing in Illustrator

    tips for a successful transition

    Scanning and Working Traditional Sketches

    considerations before scanning

    cleaning up a scan

    sketching and revising

    using layers as tracing paper

    Techniques for Digital Inking

    pushing contrast

    using the pencil tool

    using the pen tool

    using Illustrator's image trace function

    applying variable widths to strokes

    Adding Color

    using Live Paint for fast colorization in Illustrator

    painting in Photoshop

    using color fills and adjustment layers for a faster workflow

    Working with Custom Brushes

     

    Digital Rendering: Creating Realistic Images

    building form with highlights and shadows

     

    Adding Texture

    using Photoshop textures

    using scanned textures

    creating seamless patterns

    Saving files for Web or Print

    understanding image resolution

    knowing the file formats and their best usage (.jpg, .psd, .png, etc)

  • Adobe Photoshop Level I

    PREREQUISITES:

    FORMAT: 2-Days Hands-On Training

    COST: $775

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    Photoshop Level I  introduces Adobe's premier image editing software to both beginning and existing users. Beginners will get a solid introduction to the program and make their start knowing best practices for professional work. Existing users will get a more thorough grounding Photoshop than they may have started with and be able to fill in any gaps in their knowledge. Efficient, non-destructive working methods are stressed, along with understanding the underlying principles of the tools being addressed.

    Beyond developing familiarity with the program interface, topics will include analyzing images by eye and by numeric data, making color corrections, repairing image defects, creating photo-compositions, making efficient selections, applying masks, and more.

    This is a fast paced class that begins with basic principles but moves quickly through to an intermediate level by the end of the 2nd day. Students needing a slower pace are encouraged to take our Photoshop for the Non-Designer class.

    Introduction to Photoshop and its Workspace

    Bitmap Images vs Vector Art

    overview of the menus panels and tools

    using a workspace preset to match your working style

    using the help system and other support functions

    zooming, panning and navigating

    beginning to learn keyboard shortcuts

    Selecting Image Areas for
    Isolated Enhancement

    overview of the selection tools and their strengths and weaknesses

    refining selections

    tips and tricks for better selections

    saving selections for future use

    Transforming Image Elements

    overview of Photoshop's transform features

    applying warps and distortions, re-sizing and rotation to pixels

    learning keyboard shortcuts and free transform

    setting a reference point for transformations

    The Heart of Photoshop:
    Understanding Layers

    introduction to the layers panel

    professional practices and non-destructive editing

    introduction to the use of adjustment layers

    using the adjustment panel vs the adjustment menu

    non-destructive editing with layer masks

    improving editiability with layers

    keeping organized

    maintaining  and preserving the original digital information

    applying shadows, glows and embossing via layer effects

    Repairing Damaged Images

    introduction to the cloning and healing brushes

    best practices for non-destructive cloning and repair

    using the clone source panel

    Colorizing Black and White Photographs

    applying learned selection techniques

    learning more about adjustment layers: solid fills, and hue and saturation

    working with the color picker and Pantone colors

    introduction to blending modes

    More About the Layers Panel

    overview of the blending modes in the layers panel

    isolating color changes with clipping masks

    Applying Transparency and Effects

    using Photoshop transparency and blends in other programs

    Making Color Corrections

    using Photoshop's tools to analyze color and tone problems

    introduction to the histogram and info panels

    making adjustments to brightness and contrast with levels

    fixing color casts with levels

    introduction to curves

    identifying subtle color casts

    deeper look at the  hue and saturation controls

    converting to black and white photos from color originals

    creating the "Pleasantville" effect

    removing red eye

    Photo Compositing and Photo Montage

    putting two or more photos together

    how to get one photo into another

    applying learned non-destructive techniques

    creating seamless blends with masks

    enhancing realism with color edits

    Working with Text

    overview of text options in Photoshop

    review of inherent problems and solutions

    creating eye-catching text effects

    putting images inside of letters and words

    best practices

    Preparing Images for Web and Print

    save photos for use in print design

    save photos for use in web design and screen presentations

    understanding different file formats (.jpg, .psd, .png, etc)

     

     

  • Adobe Photoshop Level II

    PREREQUISITES:

    FORMAT: 2-Days Hands-On Training

    COST: $775

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    Photoshop Level II starts from an intermediate user level and covers more advanced techniques or more obscure features of the program in order to help you work more adeptly and more efficiently with your images. We'll be looking at things like channel selections, frequency separations, color correction, automation, and more.

    What's New in Photoshop

    overview of new features since the last update

    Customizing Photoshop

    clean-up Photoshop's menus

    create your own keyboard shortcuts

    create tool presets

    make custom panels with configurator

    recommended changes to Photoshop's preferences

    Advanced Selection Techniques

    mastering pen tool techniques for precise selections

    using old school channel techniques to make fast accurate selections

    using the new refine edge feature to capture wisps of hair

    isolating selections via color range

    transforming selections

    saving selections for future use

    Understanding Color in Photoshop

    comparing CMYK, RGB, sRGB, AdobeRGB, Lab*, color spaces

    understanding gamuts and color translation issues

    using color management via color profiles

    adjusting color settings for professional level work

    assigning color profiles

    converting from capture profiles to working profiles

    converting from RGB to CMYK best practices

    previewing printed color accurately on screen

    Mastering Color Correction

    working non-destructively

    using Photoshop's tools to analyze color and tone problems

    review of the histogram and info panels

    determining white point, black point and midtone

    understanding and using curves

    understanding and using the blending modes in the layers panel

    isolating color changes with clipping masks

    using Lab* for color enhancement

    color matching with solid colors and pantone swatches

    overview of camera raw for color correction

    down and dirty techniques for quick color fixes

    Cosmetic Retouching

    removing wrinkles, blemishes, acne, stubble, and cellulite

    teeth whitening

    evening out blotchy red skin

    toning down hard reflections and shiny skin

    fixing bloodshot eyes and bags under the eyes

    deepening eye color

    using non-destructive dodge and burn layers

    using non-destructive cloning and healing techniques

    restoring texture to retouched areas

    Getting the Most out of Photoshop's Filters

    overview of Photoshop's filter gallery

    understanding smart objects and smart filters

    using the displace filter for more realistic compositing

    creating a bump map

    using vanishing point for easier retouching

    liquifying pixels for retouching and caricature

    Automating Photoshop

    creating and applying automated actions

    building droplets for drag n drop photoshopping

    create panoramas with photomerge

    cropping and straightening scans automatically

    using the image processor and image processor pro plug-ins

    finding and applying scripts

    Image resolution and file formats

    understanding image resolution

    resampling images-making the best of a bad situation

    pixel dimensions vs document size

    knowing the file formats and their best usage (.jpg, .psd, .png, etc)

    using the save for web feature

  • Photoshop Lightroom Level I

  • Adobe Illustrator Level I

    PREREQUISITES:

    FORMAT: 2-Days Hands-On Training

    COST: $775

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    This class is an introductory course for designers and illustrators new to the Illustrator environment, or existing users who wish to formalize their training. The class will start with basic principles and move through to an intermediate level by the end of the 2nd day. Students needing a slower pace are encouraged to take our Illustrator for the Non-Designer class.

    Introduction to Illustrator and its Workspace

    Illustrator vs Photoshop (Vector vs Bitmap)

    overview of the menus, panels, and tools

    using the help system and other support functions

    zooming, panning and navigating

    locking and hiding objects

    Learning to Draw Vector Art

    using the pencil and blob brushes

    building drawings with basic shapes and lines

    formatting basic shapes with color and stroke

    combining shapes with the shapebuilder tool and pathfinder panel

    understanding basic pen tool operations

    Formatting Objects

    applying strokes—dashed lines, joins, caps, weight

    creating beautiful strokes with the width tool

    applying colors, patterns, and gradients

    applying brush strokes to paths

    creating custom colors, patterns, and gradients

    formatting colors as spot, global or Pantone® swatches

    Making the Computer Do the Work

    transforming objects with the scale, shear, rotate & reflect tools

    avoiding repetitive tasks

    doing the math (or not)

    dragging to make copies

    using offset path for a perfect fit

    Working with Groups

    creating grouped objects

    applying attributes to groups

    understanding group isolation mode

    Applying Illustrator's Effects

    Adding drop shadows, glows, and feathers

    warping objects with preset effects

    distorting objects and lines

    Keeping Up Appearances

    understanding the appearance panel

    applying object formatting with the appearance panel

    editing effects through the appearance panel

    Creating Layouts in Illustrator

    defining a new document

    adding and removing artboards

    creating grids and guides

    importing photographs

    adding text frames

    Text in Illustrator

    point type vs. paragraph text

    run text along a path

    put text inside of unique shapes

    creating outlines from text

    character and paragraph formatting

    wrap text around objects

    exploring text frame options

    Working with Layers

    getting organized with layers

    moving an object from one layer to another

    changing the stacking order

    locking layers to protect your art

    selecting objects with the layers palette

    Preparing Art for Output to Web or Print

    overview of file types

    saving .ai and .eps files

    saving for Microdsoft office

    saving for web & devices

    saving as pdf

     

  • Adobe Illustrator Level II

    PREREQUISITES:

    FORMAT: 2-Days Hands-On Training

    COST: $775

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    This class is a deeper dive into Adobe Illustrator for designers and illustrators who already have working familiarity with the Illustrator environment or who have taken our level I class. The class will start with a brief review of Level I principles and move quickly into mastering Illustrator's controls and more advanced features.

    What's New

    overview of changes since the last update

    Quick Review

    using basic shapes to speed up the illustraton process

    working with the appearance panel

    Advanced Drawing Options

    creating variable line widths and tapered lines

    subtler shading with gradient mesh

    creating beautiful strokes with the width tool

    multiple fills in a single object

    multiple strokes on a single path

    create custom calligraphy, scatter and art brushes

    Useful Tricks

    adding an outline stroke to a group

    creating wormholes

    envelope distortion and warps

    pdf type trick

    text inside of text

    All About Color

    working with Illustrator's color editing capability

    converting 4/C artwork to spot colors on the fly

    get color suggestions with kuler

    Working with Layers

    getting organized with layers

    moving an object from one layer to another

    changing the stacking order

    locking layers to protect your art

    selecting objects with the layers palette

    Keeping Up Appearances

    understanding the appearance panel

    applying object formatting with the appearance panel

    editing effects through the appearance panel

    Mastering Illustrator's Pen Tool

    overview of the pen tool

    applying keyboard shortcuts to improve pen drawing

    learning the best position for anchor points when tracing a path

    balancing direction handles for better control of paths

    editing paths

    Getting Fast Results with Live Trace and Live Paint

    using the eraser tools

    Doing Things That 'Can't Be Done' in Illustrator

    applying gradients to live text

    applying images inside of live text

    Putting Things in Perspective

    overview of Illustrator's perspective drawing tools

    customizing the perspective grid

    drawing in perspective

    drawing flat and converting to perspective

    Make Amazing Art with the 3D Effects

    overview of the 3D controls

    creating common and uncommon 3D objects with revolve, extrude, and rotate

    mapping art onto 3D shapes

    customize the lighting controls

    common pitfalls to avoid

    Production Tricks and Preparing Art for Print

    using overprint preview

    using separations preview

    seeing the true appearance of black

    just say no to registration and create your own rich black

    apply tints instead of transpareny

    adding used colors

    clearing out the swatches panel

    solving transparency problems

    saving .ai and .eps files (or not)

    saving as pdf

  • Adobe InDesign Level I

    PREREQUISITES:

    FORMAT: 2-Days Hands-On Training

    COST: $775

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    This class is an introductory course for those who are essentially beginners with page layout software or for anyone who is self-trained and wishes to formalize their training. Besides developing familiarity with the program interface, topics will include creating basic graphics, generating design layouts, managing multi-page documents, a strong typography component, and preparing documents for press. The class will start with basic principles and move through to an intermediate level by the end of the 2nd day. Students needing a slower pace are encouraged to take our InDesign for the Non-Designer class.

    Introduction to InDesign and its Workspace

    Adobe InDesign vs Microsoft Word

    overview of the menus panels and tools

    customizing the workspace to meet your needs

    using the help system and other support functions

    zooming, panning and navigating

    beginning to learn keyboard shortcuts

    points and picas or inches

    selecting and manipulating page elements

    Creating New Documents and Layouts

    starting from scratch

    adding text frames to a page

    importing images

    adding color

    adding and deleting pages

    modifying page sizes, margins and column guides

    Creating Basic Graphic Elements

    a mini Illustrator lesson in InDesign

    creating graphics and illustrations from frames

    creating rounded corners on frames

    applying colors and strokes

    using the pathfinder panel

    transforming, scaling, rotating and modifying objects

    setting a reference point for transformations

    Working with Text

    generating text in InDesign

    importing text from outside sources

    using placeholder text

    general character formatting

    general paragraph formatting

    using shortcuts for text formatting

    understanding and applying kerning & tracking

    correctly creating space between paragraphs

    creating drop caps

    accessing text frame options

    splitting and spanning columns

    creating type on a shape and type on a path

    wrapping text around graphics

    organizing columns of data with tabs

    avoiding common typesetting errors

    Automating Text Formatting with Styles

    overview of paragraph and character styles

    creating and using paragraph styles

    creating and using character styles

    editing styles

    over-riding a style

    redefining a style from an over-ride

    Working with Images

    placing photos and graphics

    drag-and-drop vs copy-and-past

    resizing images and frames the easy way

    using the fitting command

    supported image formats

    understanding image resolution

    managing images with the links panel

    Working with Color

    using the color picker, swatches, gradients, and color panels

    adding custom CMYK color mixes

    properly generating color tints

    adding Pantone colors

    creating and applying custom gradients

    Applying Transparency and Effects

    overview of the Effects panel

    making graphics and photos semi transparent

    adding drop shadows to text and images

    creating soft edges

    applying fades to graphics and photos

    Managing Multi-Page Documents

    looking at the pages panel in depth

    creating a tri-fold brochure

    setting up master pages

    generating page number automatically

    getting organized with layers

    using guides and grids to order the layout

    Getting it Printed

    printing in house

    understanding PDF presets

    creating your own preset

    using preflight, InDesign's built in quality checker

    collecting files to send to a professional printer

     

     

  • Adobe InDesign Level II

    PREREQUISITES:

    FORMAT: 2-Days Hands-On Training

    COST: $775

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    Take your typesetting and page layout skills to the next level and 'fill in the holes' of your InDesign know-how with our Adobe InDesign Level II class. Explore lesser known features and advanced options, take greater advantage of  styles, and learn to work more efficiently. Students needing a refresher or introduction to the program's fundamentals are encouraged to take our InDesign Level I class.

    What's New in InDesign

    overview of new features since the last update

    Setting Up InDesign Like a Power User

    pre-set InDesign defaults to meet your needs

    setting and saving preferences

    customizing keyboard shortcuts

    customizing and saving the workspace

    create a set of frequently used characters with the glyphs panel

    backing up the preferences files

    Working Efficiently in InDesign Via Adobe Bridge

    overview of Adobe Bridge

    Bridge vs Libraries

    finding, sorting, organizing and managing files within Adobe Bridge

    creating favorites and collections for quick access to files

    accessing document information without opening the file

    accessing images using the Mini Bridge panel

    Controlling Typography with InDesign

    making type change with story editor

    taking advantage of contextual menus

    using quick apply to access styles and menu commands

    review of character and paragraph styles

    nesting character styles within a paragraph style

    auto-styling pages of text with the apply style then next command

    easy typography keyboard shortcuts

    tricks for flowing text

    using text variables

    options for creating better line breaks

    using the story panel for better type alignment

    customizing hyphenation and justification

    exploring opentype

    accessing underline options

    creating page and column breaks

    spanning a headline across columns in a single text frame

    splitting a text frame into a mix of single and multiple columns

    moving text around via the paste without formatting command

    mapping styles from MS Word to InDesign

    cleaning up common copywriter and typist errors

    Organizing Data with Tabs and Tables

    understanding the proper usage of tabs

    creating columns and column alignments

    converting tabbed text to tables

    importing tables from MS Word and Excel

    creating new tables

    formatting tables

    adding graphics to a table

    creating and applying table styles

    creative uses for the tables feature

    Controlling the Layout

    creating documents with different page sizes

    review of master pages

    creating parent and child master pages

    using masters with page elements on layers

    review of the layers panel

    altering page numbers

    adjusting white space with the new gap tool

    applying text wrap around graphics and images

    using layout adjustment to resize finished pages easily

    Advanced Graphics

    placing multiple image at once

    using gridify to organize placed images

    using object layer options with Photoshop and Illustrator files

    anchoring images to text

    adjusting anchored object options

    using fitting commands and auto-fit

    moving images via paste-into

    Mastering Transparency and Effects

    adding glows, drop shadows, fades, and other effects

    applying effects to text, fills, and strokes separately

    creating tints vs applying transparency

    creating and applying transparency and effects via object styles

    the end of clipping paths—using Photoshop transparency in InDesign

    understanding blend modes

    Pre-Press Considerations

    setting up and using InDesign's live preflight feature

    checking the links panel and embedding images

    accessing separations and flattener previews

    using the ink manager for spot and process colors

    understanding transparency flattening

    setting custom transparency flattening

    packaging multiple files with the book feature

    understanding the PDF preset

     

  • Adobe Premiere Pro Level I

    PREREQUISITES:

    FORMAT: 3-Days Hands-On Training

    COST: $1575

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    AdobePremiere Pro Level I is a 3-day course that will give you the knowledge and confidence to combine video clips from a number of different sources into a newly edited movie with added features like text for titles and credits, color corrections, color effects, special effects, animations, voice-overs and other audio features, and more!

    Getting to Know the Workspace

    Navigating the Premiere interface

    Loading, Docking and Undocking, Grouping and Ungrouping Panels

    Saving a Custom Workspace

    Overview of the Tools Panel and the Options Panel

    Looking at the Source Monitor and the Program Monitor

    Customizing the Monitor Panel buttons

    Working with the Timeline window

    Navigating  in the Timeline and the Program Monitor

    Managing assets with label icons and color codes

    Getting started with keyboard shortcuts

    Looking at Multi-Camera Editing

    Zooming and Panning the interface

    Getting Started with Basic Editing

     

    Importing clips and image files

    Adding and Sequencing Clips

    Using "Automate to Sequence"

    Creating and Embedding Video Sequences

    Viewing a Rough Cut

    Refining a Rough Cut

    Working with the Trimming options

    Tweaking Your Video in the Timeline

    Exporting from the Timeline—Your first Movie!

    Getting Started with Transitions

    Overview of Transitions

    Preparing for Transitions

    Modifying Transitions with the Effects Panel

    Inserting a Transition

    Previewing a Transition

    Adding Multiple Transitions

    Transition Tips and Tricks

    Working With Color and Transparency

    Applying Color Corrections

    Using the Three Color Corrector

    Replacing Colors

    Removing Colors

    Changing Color Attributes Over Time

    Changing Transparency Attributes Over Time

    Working with Green Screen/Blue Screen for Opacity

    Setting a Chroma Key to Make any Color Transparent

    Applying a Track Matte Opacity Key

    Basic Motion and Animation

    Overview of Video Motion

    Scale, Rotate, and Move clips and images

    Apply Motion Paths

    Create and Apply Travelling Mattes

    Adding Special Effects!

    Overview and Demo of Effects in Video

    Understanding When to Use/Not Use Effects

    Adding Multiple Effects with Adjustment Layers

    Getting to know the Effects Workspace

    Using effects from Photoshop and AfterEffects

    Changing the order of applied Effects

    Changing effects over time

    Animating Effects

    Using the “Time Re-Map” Effect

    Applying Audio Effects

    Using the Warp Stabilizer to Reduce "Shaky" Video Motion

    Fundamentals of Multipoint Editing

    Understanding Multi-point Editing

    Traditional Editing vs. Nonlinear “time changing” Editing

    Making a three-point edit

    Linking/Unlinking Clips

    Synchronizing Clips

    Closing Gaps with Ripple Delete

    Tips and tricks Multipoint Editing

    Single Frame Editing

    Understanding the extract and lift functions

    Removing frames with the Extract button

    Removing frames with the Lift button

    Fine-tuning your edits

    Understanding the Trim window

    Adding polishing edits

    Editing Nested Sequences and Multiple Sequences

    Working with Multiple Sequences

    Combining Multiple Sequences

    Nesting sequences within one another

    Making Adjustments to Several Videos Sequences at One Time

    Creating Nested Sequences

    Refining and Polishing a Nested Sequence

    Working With Text

    Overview of the Title Designer

    Creating and Adding Titles and Credits

    Adding Shapes with the Text

    Adding Texture and Effects to Titles and Credits

    Adding Animation Effects

    Using Transparency with Text

    Adding Titles and Credits to the Timeline

    Tips and Tricks for working with Titles and Credits

     

    Adding Audio to a Movie Project

    Overview

    Working with the Audio Workspace

    Editing Mono and Stereo Audio Tracks

    Swap audio Channels on the Timeline

    Live-Adjust Sound Levels

    Creating and adjusting audio effects

    Using markers to synchronize clips

    Mixing in Effects and Music

    Using Multiple Audio Effects on a Clip

    Working with Dolby 5.1 audio files—How to designate and animate what speaker the sound comes from

    Exporting a Movie as a Dolby 5.1 Audio File

    Working with Metadata

    Create a Written Transcript of Speech from a video

    Search Video Clips for Specific Spoken Words

    Using the iIncluded Scripting Tools.

    Finish and Export a Movie File

    Understanding the different Video file types

    Export for Web, DVD, or Portable Devices.

    Using the Export to DVD Ccommand

  • Adobe Acrobat Level I

    PREREQUISITES:

    FORMAT: 1-Days Hands-On Training

    COST: $400

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    Adobe Acrobat Level I is a 1-day course that helps you uncover the power of Adobe Acrobat. Edit text and images, add text and images, change fonts, create and distribute forms, collaborate on reviews, optimize PDF documents, and more!

    Introduction to Adobe Acrobat

    Program overview and document navigation

    Exploring the work area

    Overview of Tools and Toolbars

    Optimizing the Acrobat workspace

    Working with the The Task Panes: Tools, Comment, or Share

    Tips and tricks for better ways to read and search PDFs

    Create Adobe PDF Files

    via drag and drop

    through the print command

    via the copy command

    from batches of files

    from web pages

    from Microsoft Office applications (MS Windows focus)

    adding attachments to PDFs

    Tips and tricks for creating better PDFs

    Working With Forms in Acrobat

    Create forms both automatically and manually

    Add, edit, and format form fields

    Add calculations and actions to forms

    Add buttons to a form for printing, submitting, and clearing data

    Make PDF forms functionable for Acrobat Reader users

    Distribute and track forms

    Import and export form data

    Tips and tricks for better PDF forms

    Basic Editing of PDF Documents

    Insert pages, delete pages, rotate pages, and change page order

    Renumber pages in a PDF

    Extract pages to a new PDF document

    Add headers and footers to a document

    Copy text out of a PDF for use in another program

    Copy images out of a PDF for use in another program

    Save PDF pages as Jpeg files

    Reduce PDF file size for sending via email

    Advanced Editing of PDF Documents

    Make type edits to PDF pages

    Add new text to a PDF page

    Use OCR to access text from scanned pages

    Make adjustments to photos and graphics

    Add new photos and graphics to a page

    Create a PDF from scratch in Acrobat

    Add tags for better accessibility and editability

    Exporting PDf content back to Microsoft Word

    REALLY reduce PDF file size and optimize your PDF's quality

    Tips and tricks for easier editing of PDFs

    Use PDF Based Reviews to Improve Workflow

    Streamline the review process

    Add comments, notes, audio notation, stamps and add corrections markup

    Export, Import, print and summarize comments and other markup

    Make a PDF review accessible to users of Acrobat Reader

    Setup an e-mail review

    Setup a Web-based review with Acrobat.com

    Manage reviewers and track feedback

    Take advantage of free online meetings and storage via Acrobat.com

    Collaborate on writing projects via Buzzword, Acrobat's free online word-processing program

    Sign and Lock Your PDF Documents

    Review Acrobat's security features, including passwords, signatures and certificates

    Set document permissions and restrictions

    Unlock a protected PDF to make edits

    Create a digital signature

    Sign and secure a PDF

    Certify PDF files

    Add signatures to certified documents

    Use PDF ‘envelopes’ for secure attachments

    Using the Legal Features in Acrobat (Optional)

    Manage Bates Numbering with Acrobat

    Apply Acrobat's Redaction features

    Compare documents

    Strip PDF documents of potentially sensitive data

    The Graphic Artist's Guide to Using Acrobat in Professional Printing (Optional)

    Create PDF files for print and prepress

    PDF printing standards explained (PDF/X-1a, PDF/A, etc)

    Use Object Inspector, Preflight and Output Preview to Inspect a PDF for printability

    Correct basic errors with Preflight

    Convert spot ink colors to CMYK values

    Add Bleed to a PDF document

     

  • Web Design for Non-Designers
    w/Adobe Muse

    PREREQUISITES:

    FORMAT: 2-Days Hands-On Training

    COST: $775

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    Do you need to build a web site for yourself or your company complete with rollover navigation buttons, slide shows, animated banners, working links, buttons and panels but afraid of the complexity and code? Do you have web-phobia? Then Adobe Muse is for you! In this class you'll learn how take advantage of Muse to make complex websites with drag and drop ease!  Get your company site up and running quickly,  create portfolio sites to show off your design, photography, and illustration, or create working web design comps to show developers just how you want a web site to look and feel.

    Introduction to Adobe Muse

    program overview

    exploring the work area

    overview of tools and panels

    optimizing the workspace

    Plan a Website in Muse

    create a new site

    organize and diagram a multi-page site using plan mode

    add and remove pages from the site

    adjust site properties

    Design the Look and Feel of a Site

    Starting with a master page

    choose a browser background color or image

    choose a page background color or image

    create header and footer areas

    design with columns and guides

    add a navigation bar

    add and adjust photos and graphics

    add text to your page

    Navigation, Buttons, and Links

    customize the nav bar

    add internal page links

    add external web links

    customize the appearance of links

    create buttons and rollovers

    create clickable hotspots

    create and edit link styles

    Working with Text

    overview of Muse's text formatting controls

    choose typefaces for editing or for display

    create and editing paragraph styles in Muse

    create and editing character styles in Muse

    Working with Images

    overview of image formats

    place images

    scale, rotate, and crop images

    create and editing object styles

    create and editing character styles in Muse

    round-trip editing with Photoshop or Fireworks

    preparing vector art for the web with Illustrator

    drag and drop image library with Bridge

    Adding Advanced Features to your Website

    compositions

    panels

    slide shows

    employing HTML snippets

    google maps

    shopping carts

    forms

    calendars

    Using pins to keep items constantly on screen

    Publishing a Site to the Web

    publish with Adobe Catalyst

    publish with a 3rd party host

    export to html

    ins and outs of uploading via FTP

     

     

  • Web Design with Adobe
    Dreamweaver Level  I

    PREREQUISITES:

    FORMAT: 3-Days Hands-On Training

    COST: $1250

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    Dreamweaver has been Adobe's flagship web development application for a good many years and is the right solution for you if you want a program that has quick access to the features you need to build a website AND one that allows you to get under the hood and work with the code. You can even work with both the code and the graphic page on screen at the same time with  Dreamweaver's split screen feature! In this class you'll master Dreamweaver's interface and learn take advantage of its quick formatting features to put your site together and you'll learn to take it further when you know how to read and write various coding options, including HTML5, CSS, and Javascript. It's the best of both worlds!

    Understanding HTML5

    why HTML5 is important

    Learn to use HTML5 code and understand both its strengths and weaknesses

    Updates and Improvements to HTML5

    New HTML Tags for Designers

    The transition from HTML4 to HTML5 and new capabilities including video and animation

    CSS1, CSS2, and evolving JavaScript, XML and data, Core Tag Language enhancements

    CSS Tags as a supplement to HTML

    WORKING WITH HTML5

    Modifications to sections such as using the SECTION and ACTION tags

    Using the HEADER and FOOTER Tags

    New Text Level semantic additions such as the MARK, TIME and PROGRESS Tags

    How forms have changed in HTML5, Displaying data with the DISPLAY and DATAGRID settings

    Migrating your webistes to work with the new HTML5 standard

    CSS3 for Designers

    Understanding CSS

    Controlling your page with CSS for better font display and interactivity

    Embedding fonts and adding text effects

    Using enhanced Border Control

    Applyingsimple animations with CSS3

    Adding image controls with HTML5 using new Bitmap image formats

    Incorporating interactive vector based image control in 2D and 3D

    Working with Images and Illustrations

    Understanding Bitmap images: JPEG, GIF and PNG files

    Introducing Vector Images for web use

    Deciding to use Flash or HTML and Javascript

    Introducing SVG and the CANVAS Tag

    Working with 2D and 3D formatting with CANVAS

    Creating shapes, lines, and text

    Controlling color

    Applying transformations and shadow effects

    Adding interactivity with JavaScript

    Working with video and audio

    Streaming media through Rich Internet Applications

    Using Flash to deliver video

    Understanding video tags support in Mobile phones

    Understanding AUDIO and VIDEO tags

    Deploy video/audio servers that communicate with HTML5 code

    Add Interactivity with JavaScript

    Take advantage of Open Source JavaScript Libraries to quickly build Web applications

    Add JavaScript to CSS, HTML, SVG and CANVAS

    Supercharge JavaScript with AJAX, Data control with XML in AJAX

    Using SPRY AJAX Libraries

  • Web Design w/HTML5 & CSS3

    PREREQUISITES:

    FORMAT: 3-Days Hands-On Training

    COST: $1250

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    Are you a web designer who has decided it's time to get serious about coding? Or maybe you are new to web design and want to learn the strongest skill sets right from beginning? Either way, this course will give you a solid grounding in the code that underlies all web sites. Learn to control every asset

    Understanding HTML5

    why HTML5 is important

    Learn to use HTML5 code and understand both its strengths and weaknesses

    Key Features of HTML5

    Updates and Improvements to HTML5

    HTML for Designers

    Background info on the transition from HTML4 to HTML5

    New capabilities of HTML5 including video and animation

    A look at CSS1, CSS2, and evolving JavaScript, XML, and Core Tag Language updates

    CSS Tags as a supplement to HTML

    Working with HTML5

    Using the SECTION and ACTION tags

    Using the HEADER and FOOTER Tags

    Using the MARK, TIME and PROGRESS Tags

    How forms have changed in HTML5

    Displaying data with the DISPLAY and DATAGRID settings

    Migrating older websites to work with the HTML5 standard

    CSS3 for Designers

    Understanding CSS

    Controlling your page with CSS for better font display and interactivity

    Embedding fonts and adding text effects

    Using enhanced Border Control

    Applying simple animations with CSS3

    Adding image controls with HTML5 using new Bitmap image formats

    Incorporating interactive vector based image control in 2D and 3D

    Working with Images and Illustrations

    Understanding Bitmap images: JPEG, GIF and PNG files

    Introducing Vector Images for web use

    Deciding to use Flash or HTML and Javascript

    Introducing SVG and the CANVAS Tag

    Working with 2D and 3D formatting with CANVAS

    Creating shapes, lines, and text

    Controlling color

    Applying transformations and shadow effects

    Adding interactivity with JavaScript

    Working with video and audio

    Understanding HTML5's revolution for audio and video

    Streaming media through Rich Internet Applications

    Using Flash to deliver video

    Understanding video tags support in Mobile phones

    Understanding AUDIO and VIDEO tags

    Deploy video/audio servers that communicate with HTML5 code

    Add Interactivity with JavaScript

    Take advantage of Open Source JavaScript Libraries to quickly build Web applications

    Add JavaScript to CSS, HTML, SVG and CANVAS

    Supercharge JavaScript with AJAX, Data control with XML in AJAX

    Using SPRY AJAX Libraries

  • Animation & Interactivity  with JavaScript and jQuery

    PREREQUISITES:

    FORMAT: 3-Days Hands-On Training

    COST: $1250

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    Level up your web pages with more sophisticated interactive elements, navigation, forms, tables and animation! Javascript and jQuery help you  provide a friendlier experience for your visitors and give you the power to make a website faster, more efficient, and visually more appealling.

    Introduction

    What is JavaScript?

    What is jQuery?

    Easier animations, events, and navigation

    Adding complex interactions with fewer lines of code

    The power of JavaScript libraries

    Finding Resources

    Creating a drag-and-drop interface

    Selecting with CSS

    Standard CSS manipulation with jQuery

    Applying CSS to the User Interface

    Selecting elements on an HTML page to be styled

    Selecting elements by container and child

    jQuery specific selectors

    jQuery filters

    Modifying the Appearance of Tags

    Working with inline styles

    Working with classes

    Simple Interactions

    Create multi-level, animated navigation dropdowns

    Showing and hiding with the jQuery event model

    Adding event listeners

    Using toggle events

    Sliding up and down

    Creating, understanding & controlling event propagation

    Adding and Removing Page Elements

    Appending

    Prepending

    Insert Into

    Wrapping new tags around content

    Changing content within tags

    Forms and Tables

    Exploring plug ins for forms and tables

    Turning a web form into a wizard with jQuery

    Validating forms

    Hinting

    Auto-complete

    Animation

    Create slideshows and lightboxes with jQuery

    Animating CSS properties

    Easing

    Using a Color Animation Plugin

    Creating Animation Chains

    More power with jQuery UI

    Using AJAX with External Content

    Request data without having to reload the page

    Loading and using XML

    Loading JSON Data

    Loading and using subsets of HTML

  • Web Design with WordPress

    PREREQUISITES:

    FORMAT: 2-Days Hands-On Training

    COST: $825

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    Wordpress makes it easy to get webpages or blogs up and running with a minimum of effort. This 2 day class will walk you through the process of registering with WordPress, choosing themes, customizing your site, and incorporating your own logos, graphics, and photos.

    Understanding Web Basics

    HTML and its use in creating websites

    Image formats for use in your website (JPG, GIF and PNG)

    Understanding  Search Engines and how they find web pages.

    Comparing Static and Dynamic webpages.

    Introduction to WordPress

    What is Wordpress?

    WordPress vs Adobe Muse or Adobe DreamWeaver?

    Blog  vs website?

    Why use Worpress?

    Wordpress and HTML

    More about Search Engines.

    Wordpress for Mobile Devices.

    Creating a WordPress Account

    Registration

    Choosing a Domain Name

    SEO considerations.

    Getting Around in WordPress

    Introducing the Wordpress Dashboard

    Adjusting settings

    Accessing content

    Tools overview

    WordPress Navigation

    Modifying settings

    Adding taglines

    Uploading images

    Creating Web Pages

    Taking advantage of Templates

    Creating navigation links to other pages, other websites or downloads

    Choosing a Theme

    Adding and formatting text

    Creating subpages

    Using the Administration Panel

    Creating your own templates

    Developing pages with SEO in mind

    Creating a Blog

    Blog Topics?

    Widgets and customization

    Blogrolls

    The Links Widget

    Creating content

    Using the Visual Edito

    Adding links to your blog

    Publishing your blog posts

    Editing blog posts

    Working with Graphics

    Using the Image icon

    Adding captions, titles, and links

    Adding YouTube videos to a blog

    SEO Considerations

    Adding tags to your blog posting

    What word combinations are effective?

    Viewing the "Tag Surfer."

    Comments and sharing are important

    View your Blog Stats.

  • Adobe Captivate level I

    PREREQUISITES:

    FORMAT: 2-Days Hands-On Training

    COST: $825

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    Develop on screen learning modules without programming using Captivate's responsive authoring. Transform traditional presentations into engaging eLearning using interactivity, voices, actors, and quizzes that will work on mobile devices, the web, desktops, and leading LMSs.

    Introduction

    What is eLearning?

    Using eLearning to improve performance and flexibility

    Different varieties of eLearning

    What is Instructional Design?

    Defining learning objectives and learner needs

    Defining milestones for the eLearning process

    Getting to Know Captivate

    Buttons, Click Boxes & Rollover Images

    Setting up Captivate Preferences

    Storyboard, Edit and Branching

    Captivate Slides

    Exploring Project Views

    Navigating through a Project

    Using Project Templates

    Zooming for Effect

    Using the Timeline and Library

    Working with the Property Inspector

    Using Master Slides

    Understanding Scripts

    Setting Recording Areas

    Setting Preferences

    Recording Demonstrations

    Automatically include mouse movements, highlight boxes and captions

    Setting Recording Preferences and Keys

    Typing text with sound in Demonstration mode

    Recording in Assessment and Simulation modes

    Using the Hint and Success captions

    Record a Custom Assessment Simulation

    Editing in FMR mode

    Using Automatic and Manual Panning

    Generating Image Slideshows

    Understanding the Timeline

    View all objects and their relationships to each other

    Working with the Timeline Settings

    Changing Slide Display Times

    Changing Object Display Times

    Using the Playhead to Scrub and Preview

    Objects & Images

    Creating Objects

    Changing Objects

    Showing and hiding Timeline Objects

    Aligning and drawing objects

    Using Options to Control Objects

    Sizing and Cropping Images

    Creating Slides from Images

    Placing images within slides

    Adjusting transparency

    Pointers, Highlight Boxes and Buttons

    Using External Web Links

    Using Object Styles

    Reusing Styles in other Captivate projects

     

    Properties, Rollovers and Buttons

    Working with Pointer Paths and Pointer Types

    Working with Text Buttons, Image Buttons and Highlight Boxes

    Adding Rollovers

    Modifying Zoom Areas

    Adjusting Properties of Rollovers

    Setting up Rollover Slidelets

    Formatting and customizing Slidelets

    Inserting Objects, Captions, and Audio into a Slidelet

    Using  Audio

    Adding and Editing Audio

    Modifying Audio Timing

    Adding Silence to Audio Files

    Speaking Slide Notes

    Recording Original Audio

    Animation

    Recording, importing and copying animation

    Animation and Flash Video

    Setting a Frame Rate

    Changing Demonstrations Into Simulations

    Adding Text Animations

    Adding SWF, AVI, GIF or FLA files

    Modifying a Slide’s Display Time

    Using Skins

    Applying and Customizing Skins

    Using Skin Elements: playback controls, border, and table of contents

    Editing Playback Controls with the Skin Editor

    Finalizing the Project

    Adding Loading Screens to the beginning of Captivate projects

    Using predefined Loading Screens

    Customizing your own Loading Screens

    Creating a Table of Contents

    Publishing Handouts,Lessons or Step-by-Step guides

    Round-Tripping with Powerpoint

  • Adobe Captivate level II

    PREREQUISITES:

    FORMAT: 2-Days Hands-On Training

    COST: $825

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    This Level II class covers higher level features of Adobe Captivate including adding audio and video, working with variables, advanced branching, and further development of templates. Do all of this without coding or programming!

    Quizzes and Questions

    Creating Question Slides

    Multiple Choice Questions

    Short Answer Questions

    Matching Questions

    True/False Questions

    Fill in the Blank Questions

    Hotspot Questions

    Sequence Questions

    Likert Scale Survey Questions

    Drag and Drop Questions

    Composing Question Slides outside of Captivate

    Quiz Preferences vs. Quiz Properties

    Setting the passing score of a Quiz

    SCO'S, SCORM, AICC and TinCan

    Working with Moodle

    Enabling Reporting at interaction Level

    click box, text entry box, and button

    Enabling Reporting at Project Level

    Partial Scoring

    Penalty Scoring

    Creating a SCORM manifest

    Publishing an eLearning-enabled project

    Integrating the SCORM package in the LMS

    Customizing A Quiz

    Branch aware quiz results: pass or fail

    Random questions: shuffling

    Backward movement

    Show progress

    Quiz result messages

    Relative or Absolute progress indicator

    Question Review Messages

    Integrating with Acrobat.com

    Configuring the Captivate project for Acrobat.com reporting

    Uploading  files to Acrobat.com

    Taking a Quiz

    Using the Adobe Captivate Quiz Result Analyzer

     

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