I must say i don’t want to make a habit of disappearing and reappearing like this on my blog, unfortunately, I am still trying to get this blogging exercise into my internal rhythm (you know like i just naturally have my coffee in the morning without thinking about it).
Till then, I am still trying to keep my weekly commitment on at least saying hello.
I owe this blog at least 4 entries, so here’s the first installment.
The first InDesign Developer Training in Singapore was an absolute success. Find photos of the training here in the Kodak Gallery (interestingly enough, if you have Photoshop Elements 5.0 and a Kodak Gallery account, you can directly share your photos from Photoshop Elements 5.0 — easy, and fun to do).
What’s next after this?
Here’s a link to the Adobe InDesign Online Developer Training and I urge you to devour everything you can find from that page. It’s addicting, and it will keep you sharp and build up on whatever we’ve done on the live training last March.
All of this, I assure you is not wasted effort. Once our techie guys have their heads wrapped around the wonderful world of InDesign Development, anything is possible. So salespeople… do what you do best
Before this fiery month of may slips by, we should get together on a call again. And this time, we’ll talk about how we can move forward and make the meetings more valuable to you.