Career / May 25, 2021
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The Adobe MAX Creativity Conference is revered by digital content creators all over the globe. With short, half-hour tutorials conducted by industry experts covering every Adobe product available in the Creative Cloud, the conference is a go-to event of any year. Due to health concerns, Adobe MAX 2020 was presented completely digitally, and for the first time, completely free. Hundreds of courses were broadcast live from October 20-22nd covering in-depth tips and tricks and how to use new features for the 2020 update for InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, Premiere, and others. As a bonus, they also sent attendees a choice of three custom designed masks.
If you happened to miss a course due to scheduling/deadline conflicts or even the entire Adobe MAX Creativity Conference, fear not! Adobe has made all the courses available to stream online along with example files to accompany the lessons.
I highly recommend the following courses for any A/E/C marketer to streamline your creative processes:
InDesign Type and Layout Series by Nigel French
Photoshop + Illustrator + InDesign Series by Bart Van De Wiele
Editing Faster and Smarter in Premiere Pro by Luisa Winters
One recent feature I want to highlight is Send for Comments in both InDesign and Acrobat. This allows you to share drafts of your work with colleagues by providing a link to a pdf view of your document on Adobe Cloud for your colleagues to access. There are five reasons why I find this feature incredibly useful:
I’ve already made use of this feature at my company by incorporating it into my proposal draft and design document review process. I encourage you to give it a try!
Career / March 22, 2021