May 28, 2015
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roundpeg hosts 60 minute free webinars on Adobe CC software and Web development tools & techniques once a month by the leading industry experts. The certified Adobe trainers provide an overview of the software tools and technology. These webinars are a great way to introduce new folks or seasoned veterans to the Adobe Creative Cloud and other cutting edge web technology.
Creating layouts for a tablet is crucial to your digital publishing workflow. Adobe EPUB Fixed Layout is the best solution for most designers and publishers. Join roundpeg’s Jonathan Levit as he explores the EPUB Fixed Layout format, using Adobe InDesign. He will demonstrate how to create EPUBS using the typographic and design control found in InDesign as well as how to incorporate interactivity, animation, and rich media into your EPUBs.
Many companies are moving away from HTML forms in favor of Acrobat forms because HTML cannot embed fonts, correctly display images or exactly control the form field width. For these reasons, a PDF (Portable Document Format) is a perfect solution. See the powerful form tools that have been available in the full version of Acrobat for many years
Join Captivate guru Anita Horsley as she tours the new Captivate 8, featuring Responsive Design. Applying Responsive Design to eLearning/mLearning enables your customized, interactive course to display beautifully in both desktop and mobile learning environment without comprising user experience. Create an effective learning environment for students independent of the device used to access it.
Adobe TCS guru Matt Sullivan will tour the new features of TCS 5 including Robohelp 11 and FrameMaker 12. Learn five reasons that you can present to your boss about why upgrading to TCS 5 makes sense. Matt is an Adobe certified instructor in all the applications that make up Technical Communication Suite 5. He speaks regularly at tech comm conferences around the country, and helps tech comm folks create and publish rich interactive content.
Adobe has moved from the Creative Suite to the Creative Cloud (CC) next generation tools. CC includes hundreds of all-new features. With Creative Cloud, your creative world is synced and organized for you across multiple devices. Track comments posted to shared files, keep tabs on your work and your followers on Behance®, manage your fonts, download the latest product updates, and more.
Build and publish websites, mobile sites, iPad apps, and other content for any medium or device. You can even create a customized portfolio with ProSite, included free with your paid membership. With Creative Cloud, you have all the tools and services you need to share whatever you create with an audience of hundreds, thousands, or even millions.
Responsive Design is a huge buzzword in the tech industry today. Many people want to develop their websites and Apps to be responsive, but few have a true handle on what that means. Join us at this roundpegTV webinar for an overview of what Responsive Design is, what it involves (both programmatically and design-wise) and what are the limitations.
Get an overview of the 4 phases (and pain-points) involved in designing, developing and deploying mobile & web applications. This webinar was developed by a lead architect for several major corporations, who documented his thought process, mapped out pitfalls and variables in the App development process and streamlined the delivery.
Unleash the full potential of your publications by converting them to eBooks. The eBook market is exploding, so it’s now more important than ever to learn how to create eBooks. We’ll show you how to export an InDesign document or book file as an eBook that can be read on a computer, smartphone, or dedicated eBook reader. Along the way, you’ll learn a ton of tips and tricks for properly setting up an InDesign document that can be successfully converted to an eBook. This session is particularly useful for InDesign CS5, 5.5 and 6 users.
Every time you watch Saturday Night Live (SNL) I'm sure you are impressed by the photos. There are some unique and interesting effects that aren't that difficult to create in Photoshop. Watch as roundpeg's certified Adobe instructor and author of Mastering Photoshop CS6, Kelly McCathran, as she shows off some of her tricks for re-creating the SNL effect.
Watch Adobe Press Author, Kelly McCathran in this roundpegTV webinar on eLearning using Adobe Connect. She covers tips & tricks for successful eLearning, uploading PowerPoint (.ppt & .ppx) files for best display and interaction, using Flash (.swf) content, live screen sharing, using pods, creating layouts and much more.
Watch Mikkel Aaland, famed photographer and Lightroom author of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4 | Learn by Video present Lightroom 4 Introduction webinar. Once you have watched this video and are looking to take your skills to the next level, make sure you check out the Adobe Lightroom courses (http://training.roundpeg.com/courses/adobe/lightroom-training-courses/).
This webinar is a solid overview of the After Effects workspace, panels and tools. You will see how to import photos and video, create masks and animate text. Mark Boscacci, one of our very talented instructors leads the course and handles user questions at the end of the webinar.
Many people ask me, "is Flash going away" and do I need to learn HTML5 to do animation. The answer is no and no (although I do recommend learning why HTML5 is so compelling.) Flash is still very viable for App development and Web content you are creating for Android or Desktop (even if you don't run Flash on your iPhone or iPad, in case you want to you can buy a $3 app called Cloud Browse to see Flash content on iOS devices.)
Muse, a new application from Adobe, makes developing dynamic HTML web sites with robust CSS as easy as designing print layouts. Muse has easy to use master pages, built-in tools for interactivity and more. We will start by creating a sitemap, then add headers, footers and menus, without writing one line of code. Muse has built in integration with Google Maps, YouTube, Facebook and Twitter to tie in social media, videos and maps. Finally, see the round-trip editing of placed Photoshop and Fireworks images, making it a snap to produce distinctive, professional websites.