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What the Cloud Means to Your Business
It seems like everyone is talking about the Cloud and Adobe's new Creative Cloud services. If you're confused, wondering, or freaked out about how this will affect your business, this is the workshop for you.
Tech wizard Jason Hoppe will cover both the Cloud in general and Adobe Creative Cloud specifically.
What is the Cloud and is it good, bad or ugly?
Is my info safe storing/using the Cloud?
Do I have access to all my files all the time?
How about cloud security, what are best practices?
Adobe's new Creative Cloud services are out and people are asking: How is this different from CSS? Do I need it? Will my other apps still work if I get this?
Jason will walk you through Adobe Creative Cloud features and how it can fit your design and production needs. Learn what it really means to be on the leading edge of tech.
He will discuss:
New features in CC
Pricing options and packages to fit your needs and budget
Moving from CS6 to CC, compatibility for older files and
Added value items Adobe now attaches to the Cloud service
Get the real scoop, inside and out, of what it means to
you and why
The most common Creative Cloud misconceptions
An Adobe Certified Expert and Adobe Certified Instructor, Jason Hoppe has accrued more than 18 years' experience in high-end production training, photo retouching, color correction, and creative workflow management. In fact, Jason has been performing high-end electronic production since the industry's inception.
He has taught prepress and electronic design to hundreds of Seattle-based creative professionals and aspiring designers in a variety of settings, including one-on-one tutoring, classroom instruction, live webcasting, and large group training.
Jason currently teaches the Adobe Creative Suite at The School of Visual Concepts, Luminous Works and Seattle Central College and was the founding Instructor at creativeLIVE.
Free parking. The Plaza Building entrance is on Orcas between 5th & 6th. Suite 292 is two floors up from street level. Take elevator to first floor, then stairs or glass elevator to second floor.
From the Atrium Building cross the sky bridge to Plaza Building, take stairs or glass elevator to second floor.
EAFA Gallery at the Seattle Design Center Suite 292 (View)
5701 Sixth Avenue South
Seattle, WA 98108
|Minimum Age: 16|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|