Whether you’re heading to Adobe Max for the first time this year or are a veteran and want to reminisce and share your thoughts with me, this blog post is the place to be. I’ll share below all the highlights, tips, tricks, and ups and downs that I experienced at Adobe’s yearly creativity conference over… Continue reading Survival guide to Adobe Max And Is It Really a Creativity Conference? | FREE – PDF Overview with links to resources (Short)
i am still at adobemax 2013 today, but here is a quick roundup on the top 4 creative tools that i am exited about for the apparel industry in regards to adobe programs and now hardware. please let me know what you think and share with me what you would like to see improved or what is… Continue reading top new adobe creative tools for fashion designers
Update! I closed the blog entries at this time. Thank you for reading. Fashion designers! What are the most troubling issues that you have had or are having with Adobe Illustrator or Adobe Photoshop? What would you add inside of either software to fix it? Get an answer from the creators of Illustrator and Photoshop the “Adobe Team”**.
Being a night owl I often times find myself watching those long late night commercials. And I can’t believe that I found 2 of my favorite things to do right now on TV during those infomercials . One of them being Zumba® but that would make for a whole new blog. And the second one… Continue reading Appliques cut with the cricut and designed with the pen tool
I am regularly surrounded by a great many computers, whether it is during classes at the community college where I teach or during lab sessions at conferences that I go to. I started noticing that there is a difference between which web browsers computer geeks like myself are using and what many Fashion Designers are… Continue reading Choosing a web browser that makes your creative life easier