Archive for June, 2006

Fresh Adobe Design Center content – new tutorials, articles, and gallery!

New tutorials, articles and a new gallery entry has been added to the Adobe Design Center. Check out the following stuff:


New TUTORIALS:

Adjust Bezier curves and make motion paths take flight by Jeff Foster.

Create and configure a Dreamweaver site by Lucinda Dykes

Use the image tools in Dreamweaver to work with images in your website by Nolan Hester

Broadcast video using the camera object in Flash by Tom Green and Jordan Chilcott

Enhance your Flash movie with sound by Russell Chun and H. Paul Robertson

Frame video with a mask by Tom Green and Jordan Chilcott

Work with Word documents in InCopy CS2
by Adam Pratt and Mike Richman

Place Word documents into InCopy CS2 for ultimate control over styling and formatting
by Adam Pratt and Mike Richman


New THINK TANK article:

New music for the masses By Tina Blaine


New in the GALLERY:

Big Spaceship: Gallery Big Spaceship Website

Lightroom for the Mac on Adobe Labs

Lightroom for the Mac was just released on Adobe Labs. This is Lightroom‘s beta 3. You can find the download here.

Adobe Design Center: New tutorials, articles and gallery pieces

New content has been posted on the Adobe Design Center. Check out the following tutorials and articles!


New TUTORIALS:

Action item: Be more productive by using Actions in Photoshop
by Bruce Fraser and David Blatner

Add some Flash to your PDF files from Adobe Acrobat 7.0 Classroom in a Book

Achieve photorealism with Gradient Mesh from Real World Adobe Illustrator CS2 by Mordy Golding

Use layer masks to make realistic photomontages by Steve Caplin

Make your PDF files sing by adding sound to them from Adobe Acrobat 7.0 Classroom in a Book


New DIALOG BOX:

Video on the web: My favorite designers by Hillman Curtis


New GALLERY:

Monkeygravy Studio

Freedom Interactive Design

Mike Chambers on “Microsoft, PDF and the threat to open standards”

If you haven’t read it yet, there’s highly recommended reading (clarifications on this hot issue) found on the Mike Chambers blog: “Microsoft, PDF and the threat to open standards“.

Spry for Ajax 1.1 prerelease on Labs

In case you missed it, the Spry Framework for Ajax prerelease 1.1 has been put up on Adobe Labs.

The release addresses issues reported by testers since Spry first came out. You can find the change log here, the overview here, and find the download here.