January 2014 – demo by Donna Blumberg of some of Acrobat Pro XI features, including ways of creating a PDF – from documents, clipboard, web site – creating and printing comments, combining multiple documents into one PDF, converting scanned text from an image to searchable text (OCR), creating fillable forms and more
March 2014 – Create an Accessible Interactive form in Acrobat Pro XI, presented by Cornelius Chopin, an Accessibility Specialist.
- Presentation notes and handouts (zip file)
- LinkedIn discussion group for accessible PDFs.
- Adobe document, Creating Accessible Adobe PDF Files
- PDF Techniques for WCAG 2.0
May 2015 Graphics Designer Veronica Primeaux explains Behance and how it can be used to showcase portfolios and creative work.
October 2014 – Creating Responsive eLearning Projects with Captivate 8 (the audio during the first few minutes is low but improves as the speaker moves closer to the mic). Presenter Cindy Glenn also mentions the site viewportsizes.com/ as a resource for finding the dimensions of various mobile devices. And viewportsizes.com/mine/ shows the size of that browser’s window.
April 2014 – Captivate 7 overview by Donna Blumberg
September, 2013 – Senior Instructional Designer Wayne Vermillion answers the question “What is instructional design?”. He provides multiple viewpoints while referencing Adobe products and Adobe competitors in instructional design
Workflow – Illustrator, Photoshop, Bridge and more
June 2014 – Mark Heaps, Duarte’s Development Director and Adobe Certified Expert shows the workflow his company uses to create graphic and video presentations using Bridge, Illustrator, Photoshop and more.
The Duarte site has a free download of the ebook Slidedocs, “Slidedocs fill the gap between long-form documents and front-of-the-room presentations. Building effective visual communications that your audience can pre-read, reference, and share will streamline meetings, enhance presentations, and spark conversations that encourage the spread of your ideas—even when you can’t be there to present them.”