May 6, 2008
Posted by sharonb under Tips
| Tags: Adobe
If you enjoy learning software via video tutorials Adobe TV should be just your thing as you can learn by seeing a demonstration and following along. Needless to say presenters are experts from Adobe covering the company products
You will need Adobe® Flash® Player 9 and broadband to view them. However they can also be viewed in the Adobe Media Player. Since episodes are downloaded to your desktop this means those on slower connections can view the videos.
May 5, 2008
Posted by sharonb under Tutorial
| Tags: Dreamweaver
, web design
Adobe has a number of Dreamweaver tutorials and support materials on their site. Some of the material is good but students should be aware that Adobe houses tutorials for earlier versions of the software too.
How to Create a Website with Dreamweaver CS3 (Part 1) from Christopher Heng is another Dreamweaver tutorial which shows you how to set up a working website with multiple pages, including a main page, a feedback form, an About Us page, and a Site Map.
Enthos web has a Free Dreamweaver Tutorial section which is worth checking out
Vineyar Designs has provided some Dreamweaver CS 3 tutorials including setting up your site
Smashing magazine put together a huge list of Dreamweaver tutorials
Guides and Tutorials.com have a number of CS3 tutorials
May 2, 2008
Posted by sharonb under Web2.0
| Tags: google
Yesterday I noticed that the Google logo has combined with a Jeff Koons image. Investigating this further lead me to a gallery of iGoogle Artist themes.
Looking further I discovered photographers (Stanley Wong), cartoonists (Micheal Leunig), new media artists (John Maeda) and entertainers (the Wiggles!) and more.
Oh no she thinks to herself now I have to decide which one I want to use … perhaps …
I have just realised that I am assuming everyone knows what iGoogle is. If you are unsure info about creating a very handy start page with iGoogle is here
May 1, 2008
Posted by sharonb under Art
, Digital Culture
, Paper Arts
| Tags: altered book
Have you ever thought about the future of books? This repurposed book made me stop and think a moment. The screenshot is taken from Kyle Bean‘s site who describes herself as a illustrator, designer and maker of ‘things’. Pop over as there is some great stuff to see there.
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