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Adapting an English Layout into Spanish with InDesign

As more economies, communities, and businesses go "global," more designers are being asked to adapt their layouts to work with different languages. This course will help you adapt English language design to Spanish, covering everything from translation to copyfitting, even if you don't know "hola" from "hello." Diane Burns shows you how to take three examples (an existing sign, a flyer, and a catalog created in InDesign) and successfully convert them to Spanish. Along the way, she shares InDesign tips that will make you more productive in any language.

Want to learn more? Check out Multilingual Publishing Strategies with InDesign.

Type: Streaming Resource

Adapting a Print Layout for Digital Publishing

Learn how to convert documents and files originally intended for print into optimized digital formats such as EPUB, interactive PDF, HTML, or a Digital Publishing Suite (DPS) file. In this course, author Mike Rankin shows you how to choose the best format for your project, make any necessary layout or content changes using Adobe InDesign, and ensure your images and other assets are licensed for digital use. Plus, learn best practices for scanning text, photos, and illustrations, and discover how to enrich your digital publications with video. This course provides a step-by-step workflow that will help you stay organized and get the best results from your conversion.

Type: Streaming Resource

Adaptive Project Leadership

The digital revolution has altered what it means to be a good leader. Today's leaders must be able to respond as quickly as technology changes—or risk being left behind. This course teaches adaptive project leadership techniques to help you keep up with the pace of change. It covers strategies and skills such as lean product management, adaptive thinking, and agile leadership. Instructor Kelley O'Connell shows how to better understand the customer journey, how to adopt an adaptive mindset, how to manage virtual teams, and how to create a culture of continuous learning and growth. These lessons will help you communicate and collaborate better across the entire organization, deliver products and projects that exceed changing expectations, and stand out as a leader in the digital age.

Type: Streaming Resource

Adaptive Project Leadership

The digital revolution has altered what it means to be a good leader. Today's leaders must be able to respond as quickly as technology changes—or risk being left behind. This course teaches adaptive project leadership techniques to help you keep up with the pace of change. It covers strategies and skills such as lean product management, adaptive thinking, and agile leadership. Instructor Kelley O'Connell shows how to better understand the customer journey, how to adopt an adaptive mindset, how to manage virtual teams, and how to create a culture of continuous learning and growth. These lessons will help you communicate and collaborate better across the entire organization, deliver products and projects that exceed changing expectations, and stand out as a leader in the digital age.

Type: Streaming Resource

Adding a Person to a Group Photo in Photoshop

Sometimes you have a group photo that doesn't include the entire group. Maybe someone couldn't make it. Maybe you needed to be in the shot—but also needed to take the shot.

Whatever the reason, Photoshop offers the solution: You can simply composite the missing person into the group shot. In this course, photographer and educator Seán Duggan shows how. He uses Smart Objects to nondestructively resize the images, adds and refines a layer mask, and then inserts the missing person behind the group. With some simple tonal adjustments, the end result can look completely natural. In chapter 4, Seán tackles a fun bonus challenge: placing new figures in historical photos.

Type: Streaming Resource

Adding Stripe Payments to Your Ruby on Rails Application

Add Stripe to your Ruby on Rails application to collect payments from your users. Stripe allows developers to add Payment Card Industry-compliant ecommerce functionality without having to implement complicated security. The result is an efficient and secure app experience, with fully encrypted token-based transactions that allow you to charge for content on a monthly or annual basis. In this course, Chris Oliver teaches you how to build a Rails app with paid content, securely collect credit card numbers, charge your users for a subscription to your site, and give them access to the paid content, all with Stripe.js and the Stripe Ruby gem. You'll also learn how to allow customers to unsubscribe and resubscribe from the app, and create PDF receipts for charges.

Type: Streaming Resource

Additive Manufacturing: Materials for 3D Printing

If you want to print functional 3D parts or products, it's critical to select the right material for each job. You need to look at the requirements of your design, evaluating criteria such as strength, surface finish, color, and cost. Joan Horvath and Rich Cameron—founders of maker tech consulting company Nonscriptum LLC—show how to choose the correct material based on your design and printing method, surveying materials that are commonly available for use with desktop 3D printers (filament and resin) along with an intro to industrial materials like nylon and metal powders. They review the workflow for each type of material, and teach ways to optimize throughput and turnaround time. Plus, get an inside look at a few applications that use 3D printing as a cost-effective solution for short-run manufacturing.

Type: Streaming Resource

Additive Manufacturing: Materials for 3D Printing

If you want to print functional 3D parts or products, it's critical to select the right material for each job. You need to look at the requirements of your design, evaluating criteria such as strength, surface finish, color, and cost. Joan Horvath and Rich Cameron—founders of maker tech consulting company Nonscriptum LLC—show how to choose the correct material based on your design and printing method, surveying materials that are commonly available for use with desktop 3D printers (filament and resin) along with an intro to industrial materials like nylon and metal powders. They review the workflow for each type of material, and teach ways to optimize throughput and turnaround time. Plus, get an inside look at a few applications that use 3D printing as a cost-effective solution for short-run manufacturing.

Type: Streaming Resource

Additive Manufacturing: Optimizing 3D Prints

3D printing is a complex additive process. Many things can go wrong, whether you're using a commercial or consumer-grade printer. This course reviews common 3D printer problems and highlights the settings that may help you get the best possible quality from your equipment, with a focus on printers that use filament. Learn how groups of settings interact with each other and reduce the trial and error often associated with learning how to "dial in" a 3D printer. Instructors Rich Cameron and Joan Horvath use the MatterControl slicing and control program as a baseline, but discuss other common programs that use these settings, including Cura and Slic3r.

Type: Streaming Resource

Additive Manufacturing: Troubleshoot 3D Prints

3D printing is has come a long way, but there are still many things that can derail the printing process. This course helps you avoid problems in advance, and when they do come up, it helps you solve them. Rich Cameron and Joan Horvath of Nonscriptum LLC—the maker tech training company—review common 3D print problems, and show how to fix them by making changes to the model, orientation, or printer settings. Learn what to do when your print doesn't stick to the print bed; when you see pimples, dimples, or stringing; have cooling issues; or the walls of your print are too thin. Joan and Rich also help identify and fix software-related issues with your host and slicer programs, and keep track of changes as you debug, in case you need to roll back to a previous version of your design.

Type: Streaming Resource

Additive Manufacturing: Troubleshoot 3D Prints

3D printing is has come a long way, but there are still many things that can derail the printing process. This course helps you avoid problems in advance, and when they do come up, it helps you solve them. Rich Cameron and Joan Horvath of Nonscriptum LLC—the maker tech training company—review common 3D print problems, and show how to fix them by making changes to the model, orientation, or printer settings. Learn what to do when your print doesn't stick to the print bed; when you see pimples, dimples, or stringing; have cooling issues; or the walls of your print are too thin. Joan and Rich also help identify and fix software-related issues with your host and slicer programs, and keep track of changes as you debug, in case you need to roll back to a previous version of your design.

Type: Streaming Resource

Administrative Human Resources

HR administration is vital to the success of every business and every employee. Effective HR administrators make sure companies stay compliant with regulations, and keep their employees motivated and engaged. If you are a small business owner who wants a deeper understanding of HR, someone looking for a job in HR, or an administrative professional whose duties include HR, this training course is for you. It provides a general introduction to the role and duties of an HR administrative professional.

HR consultant Catherine Mattice outlines some of the considerations of the human resources professional, such as balancing the needs of employees with the interests of the organization. She reveals how to conduct an HR audit to identify HR practices that need improvement. She then outlines core HR responsibilities: staffing, training, documentation, compensation and benefits, performance reviews, job descriptions, compliance with state and federal regulations, and more.

Type: Streaming Resource

Administrative Information Technology Services (AITS)

Administrative Information Technology Services (AITS) provides services and resources to help students, faculty, and staff of the University of Illinois System achieve excellence in teaching, research, learning, and administrative pursuits. We focus our efforts to empower our university community in their daily work with IT systems and services.

Type: Consulting And Support

Administrative Professional Foundations

An administrative professional is often called "the role with no job description," because the responsibilities can vary so much. When you support an executive, you need to be prepared to expect the unexpected. However, there are basic job duties and skills that most administrative professionals share. In this course, Aimee Reese reveals the secrets of seasoned and successful admins, and describes what the path looks like as you advance toward C-level executive support. She describes the interpersonal skills required, from working with colleagues and supporting multiple executives simultaneously, to working on a team and managing other admins. Plus, learn job-specific skills such as handling mail and email, managing a calendar, setting up flawless meetings, and using the latest technology.

Type: Streaming Resource

Administrative Professional Weekly Tips

Being an administrative professional is a rewarding and challenging career. This series provides weekly tips to help you stay focused, balanced, and in sync with your boss-and become an invaluable asset to whatever company you work for. Executive assistant and coach April Stallworth helps you develop key skills such as gatekeeping, project management, and navigating office politics. She introduces tools to help you be more productive and efficient, and resources to find answers specific to your industry. She also helps you build your brand and your network, to help pave the way to your next job or promotion.

Type: Streaming Resource

Adobe Acrobat DC: PDF Commenting for AEC

Architects, engineers, and construction professionals use Acrobat DC in a unique way. They review and share more complex, large-scale CAD drawings than the typical Acrobat user. Luckily, there are some tips and tricks that can help AEC professionals navigate, review, and share PDF documents in Acrobat with ease. This course is specifically tailored for people in these industries who need to communicate more efficiently and effectively with their teams and clients.

Learn how to locate the markup tools, choose the right tool for the job, get quick access with keyboard shortcuts, and customize your Acrobat workspace. These lessons can be applied to a variety of PDFs, from technical manuals to 3D models, floorplans to wiring diagrams. Instructor Kelly Vaughn—a technical documentation expert—also shows how to sort, track, share, and print comments, and introduces some scripts designed to temporarily enlarge comments and color code sticky notes.

Type: Streaming Resource

Adobe Animate CC: Creating an HTML5 Banner Ad

Designing and producing animated ads that look great and work as expected in modern browsers can be a headache—unless you're using the new release of Adobe Animate CC. Animate CC allows you to export HTML5 and JavaScript files that are responsive and look great on any platform. This project takes you from a blank HTML Canvas project all the way to a finished banner ad, using Animate CC. Chris Converse shows how to assemble a composition using existing artwork and text, animate the different elements, add web fonts and a call to action, and make the ad clickable and controllable by the user. The course wraps up with a look at the different publishing options available in Animate CC.

Type: Streaming Resource

Adobe Animate CC: Data-Driven Animation

Learn to create data-driven animations, such as a data-driven image carousel and an interactive RSS feed, using Adobe Animate CC—the newly relaunched version of Flash Professional. Joseph Labrecque takes you through both projects step-by-step, providing easy-to-follow instructions for interacting with JSON and XML data sets and using jQuery to ingest and parse data in HTML5 Canvas-based projects. The complete carousel will display images, captions, and controls for customizing the transitions, while the RSS feed display will load news items in a "click to view more" animated interface. Find out how to set up each project, build the interfaces, ingest data, apply animation, and program user controls. Plus, learn advanced techniques for creating dynamic titles.

Type: Streaming Resource

Adobe Animate CC First Look

After 20 years, Flash is changing its name and focus to Adobe Animate—signaling an entirely new direction for the product. Animate presents animators' favorite Flash tools in a familiar interface, and adds features such as vector art brushes and taggable swatches. Get your first look at Adobe Animate and learn about the new tools and improved interface as well the integration of Creative Cloud Libraries and Adobe Stock, which allows animators to bring their own digital assets as well as high-quality stock imagery and artwork right into Adobe Animate. Plus, find out about onion skinning and stage improvements and the enhanced publishing workflow for HTML Canvas, Flash Player, and AIR.

Start watching for your first look at the new era in Adobe animation: Adobe Animate CC.

Type: Streaming Resource

Adobe Animate CC for Web Designers

If you want to animate a header, build banner ads, or create an infographic, Paul Trani can show you how—and he does—in this course using Adobe Animate CC. He demonstrates how to create graphics and text, import designs and photos, and bring objects to life using animation and interactivity. He also shows the publishing process for outputting to multiple platforms like HTML, SWF, SVG, and WebGL. Since the principles of creating and animating go beyond the featured projects and can be used in a number of scenarios, this course can help any web designer explore the robust capabilities of Adobe Animate CC.

Type: Streaming Resource

Adobe Animate CC: HTML5 Canvas and WebGL

No longer restricted to only ActionScript and Flash Player, Flash Professional CC offers more publishing possibilities than ever before. Developers can now use Flash to build assets and animation that target platforms such as HTML5 Canvas and WebGL. And adding JavaScript allows for playback on just about any modern desktop or mobile device.

This course focuses on using Flash Professional CC to create a shared pool of content for a set of related projects: an HTML5 video, an interactive ad, and a simple web-based game. Author Joseph Labrecque shows how to use Flash's familiar toolset to build and manage assets that fit into a modern web publishing workflow.

Type: Streaming Resource

Adobe Animate CC: Interactive Animation

Learn the most efficient way to create interactive animations for web, mobile, and desktop projects with Adobe Animate CC, the newly relaunched version of Flash Professional. This project-based course features two assignments: an animated web banner that responds to mouse movement, touch input, and clicks, and a three-state interactive animation that plays like a game. Joseph Labrecque shows how to set up the Animate workspace, prepare the stage, use both keyframe and procedural-based workflows, create titles, and program interactions. Plus, learn how to integrate both completed animations into a self-contained responsive webpage.

Type: Streaming Resource

Adobe Animate CC New Features

Adobe Animate CC is the focused animation software that takes all the best tools from Flash Professional and bundles them with Creative Cloud features. In this course, learn about the enhancements in the 2017 release of Adobe Animate CC with expert Joseph Labrecque. Explore the enhanced animation tooling included in this release, including Frame Picker enhancements and ease presets for classic and shape tweens. Plus, learn about interactivity enhancements, including global JavaScript declaration, the ability to include references to external JavaScript libraries, and two new properties for HTML5 Canvas video components: mute and poster.

Type: Streaming Resource

Adobe Animate: Designing Interactive Experiences

Interactivity is not a perk for modern web projects—it's a prerequisite. Learn what you need to go beyond the basics and create engaging, interactive apps and web experiences using the tools in Adobe Animate. Instructor Joseph Labrecque shows how to build out a library of UI elements, such as buttons, toggles, sliders, and lists. He shows how to use these building blocks to design application views within the Animate timeline and create a persistent navigation bar. Then he shows how to add interactivity—using event listeners and custom functions to respond to user input—and animate application views with keyframes, motion tweening, and camera transitions. Finally, learn how to export your prototypes for distribution on desktop, web, and mobile devices.

Type: Streaming Resource

Adobe Animate: Designing Interactive Experiences

Interactivity is not a perk for modern web projects—it's a prerequisite. Learn what you need to go beyond the basics and create engaging, interactive apps and web experiences using the tools in Adobe Animate. Instructor Joseph Labrecque shows how to build out a library of UI elements, such as buttons, toggles, sliders, and lists. He shows how to use these building blocks to design application views within the Animate timeline and create a persistent navigation bar. Then he shows how to add interactivity—using event listeners and custom functions to respond to user input—and animate application views with keyframes, motion tweening, and camera transitions. Finally, learn how to export your prototypes for distribution on desktop, web, and mobile devices.

Type: Streaming Resource



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