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ADOBE BASIC TRAINING AT NIGHT

These courses will cover the basic tools, concepts and tricks of the trade to boost you into working knowledge of these essential programs. 

Call us at 312.245.2900 or click on the links to register for one or all 3 upcoming Basic Training sessions at night. 

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March 23-24, Mon-Tues. 6-9pm: Adobe Photoshop Basic Training
March 26-27,  Thur-Fri. 6-9pm: Adobe Illustrator Basic Training
March 30-31, Mon-Tues. 6-9pm:: Adobe InDesign Basic Training


Upcoming Adobe Basic Training Courses Next Week!

ONLY A FEW DAYS LEFT to sign up for the 1-day Adobe Basic Training courses happening in the first 2 weeks of March.
These courses will cover the basic tools, concepts and tricks of the trade to boost you into working knowledge of these essential programs. 

OPEN ENROLLMENT


Monday, March 2. 10am-5pm: Adobe Photoshop Basic Training
Tuesday, March 3.  10am-5pm: Adobe Illustrator Basic Training
Monday, March 9.  10am-5pm: Adobe InDesign Basic Training
(2 NIGHT SESSIONS)  Tues-Wed, March 10-11. 6-9pm: Adobe After Effects Basic Training

 


OWC Brings Cool Stuff To DBC

On December 1, Other World Computing is coming to the Apple Users Group, hosted monthly by Digital Bootcamp. OWC will be presenting exciting and cool gift ideas for holiday giving. Our first wish? Memory. The computer kind. That’s good news for Adobe Creative Suite users, whose System Requirements seem to escalate with each new version: While Design and Web Premiums require only 1Gb of RAM, the Production Premium and Master Collection each require 2Gb while recommending 4Gb. A good RAM provider is hard to find. Perhaps OWC can help stuff our digital stockings.

  • posted by
    Danny Hein
  • Nov 18, 2010
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Google Voice Makes Telephone Companies Cry

Don’t have a Google Voice number? You should! You get a free number, you forward it to your cell, and the magic begins. Google Voice sends transcriptions of your voicemails to your gmail account, lets you text from your laptop on any browser, and it gives you Skype-like overseas rates. And it’s finally available for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. There you go, Verizon users. Ah, these wonderful toys.

  • posted by
    Danny Hein
  • Nov 17, 2010
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Flash On the iPhone, Finally-ish

Any app that allows Flash on the iPhone will cause people to sit up and thumb their drives at Steve Jobs. Well, start thumbing. Released today, Skyfire 2.0 is an app that takes whatever Flash Video you want to watch, sucks it into its own servers, then spits it back out onto your iPhone lickety-split in HTML5. Simple and effective. And while it doesn’t convert interactive Flash content to anything iPhone users can use, we think this brings us just a little bit closer. Looks like it’s time to learn Flash again…

  • posted by
    Danny Hein
  • Nov 03, 2010
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