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  • Ten Ways to Use Color to Capture Attention (Part 2)

    The second of a two-part series that shows ten ways to use color in design to capture more attention. In the first post, I focused on hue, chroma, and contrast; in this post, I’ll take a closer look at psychology—how things like color preference or expectations can grab… Read more

    By Dave Ericksen on Adobe Creative Cloud
    Published on November 21, 2014
  • Catch-up: Images in Illustrator Brushes

    This week’s (very quick) post looks at a feature that was introduced to Illustrator CC2014 back in June, that provides a solution to a long-standing problem where you need to create a complicated-appearance brush based on an image, such as in this example where we want to make a… Read more

    By Tony on The Design Jungle
    Published on November 21, 2014
  • #CreativeFriday - Lightroom 5.7 Commenting feature

    Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 5 was updated this week (5.7 update) to include Lightroom Mobile Commenting. Essentially this enables you to collect your own comments from your mobile device or both your own/public comments via the Lightroom web based interface. Using the Lightroom web based interface, means that you can… Read more

    By rcurtis on Richard Curtis's Blog
    Published on November 21, 2014
  • Common DPS Pitfalls and Snares

    I created this PowerPoint presentation to test the ability to export DPS folios directly from PowerPoint. It worked, which you can see if you sign in to the DPS Tips app (username=tips, password=dps). I’m also posting this file here for easy reference on a computer. This… Read more

    By Bob Bringhurst on InDesign Docs
    Published on November 20, 2014
  • #FanFriday: Movember movies #MadeWithClip

    On Fridays, we share our favorite user-created videos that relate to a challenge we’ve set out the previous week. The challenge can be a theme, inspirational words, a prop or line to incorporate into your video, a story prompt, or a filmmaking concept to consider. This past week in honor… Read more

    By Bronwyn Lewis on Premiere Clip: Made With Clip
    Published on November 20, 2014
  • IMHO

    Note: This blog was originally posted on Mike’s Blog. Forgive me in advance, but I’m going to go on a bit of a rant here. I simply can’t take it anymore. One of the little discussed aspects of corporate culture… Read more

    By Mike Dillon, SVP, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary on Adobe Conversations
    Published on November 20, 2014
  • Putting Down the Quill

    Note: This blog is cross-posted from Huffington Post.   In companies of all sizes, whether manufacturing, retail or tech, you see the same thing – employees holding manila folders containing legal documents with sticky tabs awaiting signatures. In some cases, it… Read more

    By Mike Dillon, SVP, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary on Adobe Conversations
    Published on November 13, 2014
  • How to Land an Internship You Love

    My son is a high school senior, and we have been traveling to a lot of university campuses in recent months. It is a wild understatement to say that students at these universities are doing it all – studies, extra-curricular… Read more

    By Donna Morris, SVP People & Places on Adobe Conversations
    Published on November 12, 2014
  • Da Vinci (circa 2014)

    Note: This blog is cross-posted from Mike Dillon’s personal blog. There is nothing like attending the MAX Conference in Los Angeles to cause my feelings of artistic inadequacy to bolt to the surface. You see, I’m one of those people who lacks any artistic talent. In fact, I’m quite… Read more

    By Mike Dillon, SVP, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary on Adobe Conversations
    Published on October 16, 2014
  • Creative Community Unites Against Bullying

    I remember her so well.  A brainy girl with thick glasses and a high-pitched voice.  The girl everybody ran away from in the school yard because she was “contaminated.”  She was pushed, chased and spit on.  And I,… Read more

    By Ann Lewnes, Adobe CMO on Adobe Conversations
    Published on October 7, 2014