July 29, 2013
Friday demo/Q&A: Improve your career via Behance
Sure, well over a million people use Behance, but there’s so much power yet to unlock. Check out this session at noon Pacific* on Friday:
Mell Perling, Community Manager at Behance, as she demonstrates how Behance can take your work directly from the cloud and into the creative community on Behance. In this Ask A Pro session, you will:
- See how being on Behance increases the discoverability of your work
- Share work on Behance easily using your files from Creative Cloud and in CC apps
- Learn how Behance fits into your Creative Cloud workflow
- Explore the activity and inspiration stream of Behance on Creative Cloud Desktop
- Harness the power of the creative community on Behance
WebZap for Photoshop promises faster UI design
Hmm—this looks pretty interesting:
WebZap is a web developer panel extension for Adobe Photoshop that is designed to help streamline the design processes undertaken by website user interface designers during the mock up and wire framing phases of web site development.
Video: Every Photoshop filter packed into one animated tribute
Clinton-Dole… Toad the Wet Sprocket… “the Jennifer”… Oh, excuse me: During the seizure that this clip induced, I fell down a memory hole into the mid-’90s when I swiped the “Gallery Effects” set of filters from an Adobe CD. They were later bundled into Photoshop, and thus appear here:
“Photoshop CS5 Filters Animation” is a small tribute to Photoshop filters. We used the Ps logo and systematically applied the filters in the same way, seeking the essence of the software, exploring the aesthetic values of its resources but letting the spectator judge them. [...]
[The video shows] every filter one after each other, with a custom sound design that uses the same sound for each filter but with a different distortion effect for every case, exporting the graphical concept to the sound.