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Season 2014 2014

  • 2014-01-02T00:00:00-05:00
  • 80 mins
  • 9 hours, 20 mins
  • Documentary, Special Interest

This course provides the core knowledge to begin programming in any language. Simon Allardice uses JavaScript to explore the core syntax of a programming language, and shows how to write and execute your first application and understand what's going on under the hood. The course covers creating small programs to explore conditions, loops, variables, and expressions; working with different kinds of data and seeing how they affect memory; writing modular code; and how to debug, all using different approaches to constructing software applications.

7 episodes

2014x01 Up and Running with Skype for Windows

  • Season Premiere

    2014-01-02T00:00:00-05:00 — 80 mins

Get up and running with Skype, the tool for calling, video chatting, messaging, and sharing with others—wherever you are. 1h 15m

Whether you're editing a documentary film, a TV commercial, or a corporate video, you often need to focus on a specific sentence or phrase that's part of a longer, perhaps unscripted statement. However, the speaker doesn't always leave you enough room between phrases to cleanly extract the desired segment. In this quick course, Chris Meyer will show you how to select a clip in Adobe Premiere Pro or After Effects, and use a combination of time remapping, frame blending, and audio fades in After Effects to extend these pauses so that you'll have sufficient handle for crossfades or other transitions. This trick will allow you to rescue previously unusable sound bites and raise the production value of the final result. 35m 24s

2014x869 Up and Running with the Nikon D600 and D610

  • 2014-10-31T00:00:00-04:00 — 80 mins

Get up to speed quickly with the essential features and controls of the Nikon D600 and D610. 1h 45m

2014x870 Photoshop CC For Web Design

  • 2014-03-17T00:00:00-04:00 — 80 mins

The web design landscape is constantly changing, but Photoshop is still a classic. Designers use it to create UI elements, web graphics, wireframes, and functional mockups. Designs that transition beautifully and easily to production. Join staff author Justin Seeley as he reveals how Photoshop is used in the modern web design workflow. Together, you'll create a mockup for a creative company that contains responsive templates, a fully developed color and font theme, and a UI kit full of buttons, navigation bars, check boxes, and other ready-to-use interface elements. He also shows how to optimize web graphics, create image sprites, and integrate other apps like Illustrator and Muse in your web design workflow. Follow along, and learn how to design better web deliverables for your next project. Topics include: Why use Photoshop for web design? Decoding the mysteries behind screen size and resolution Giving your website a purpose with a content strategy Customizing a web workspace in Photoshop Designing responsively Creating wireframes on a grid Choosing colors and fonts Developing a UI kit with Photoshop Assembling a page mockup Creating image sprites Optimizing images Integrating with the rest of the Adobe Creative Cloud

2014x871 Photoshop CC Essential Training

  • 2014-10-06T00:00:00-04:00 — 80 mins

Learning how to use Adobe Photoshop efficiently and effectively is the best way to get the most out of your pixels and create stunning imagery. Master the fundamentals of this program with Julieanne Kost, and discover how to achieve the results you want with Photoshop and its companion programs, Bridge and Camera Raw. This comprehensive course covers nondestructive editing techniques using layers, masking, adjustment layers, blend modes, and Smart Objects. Find out how to perform common editing tasks, including lens correction, cropping and straightening, color and tonal adjustments, noise reduction, shadow and highlight detail recovery, sharpening, and retouching. Julieanne also shows how to achieve more creative effects with filters, layer effects, illustrative type, and the Photomerge command for creating panoramas and composites. Topics include: Using Bridge to batch rename files and add keywords and metadata to photos Viewing, rating, filtering, and creating collections to isolate your best work Comparing raw and JPEG file formats Retouching and automating workflow with Camera Raw Navigating documents and the Photoshop interface Understanding file formats, resolution, canvas size, and print size Cropping, straightening, transforming, warping, scaling, and resizing images Selecting, stacking, aligning, and grouping layers Making precise selections using the Marquee, Lasso, and Brush tools Using Refine Edge, Quick Selection, and layer masks to isolate soft edge objects Improving tone, contrast, and color selectively Converting to black and white and tinting images Retouching blemishes, smoothing skin, whitening teeth, and brightening eyes Retouching with the Liquify, Content-Aware Fill, Healing Brush, and Patch tools Merging multiple exposures Making nondestructive changes with Smart Filters Adding texture, edge effects, and drop shadows with blend modes Working with type Creating, modifying, and combining shapes using the Shape tools Adding layer effects Saving and sharing images via contact sheets, web galleries, and Save For Web Editing video and audio clips Panning and zooming still photos

2014x872 Creating Icons with Photoshop

  • 2014-12-03T00:00:00-05:00 — 80 mins

An effective icon design conveys a lot of information in a small space. If you need to create a great custom icon and you have a copy of Photoshop, this is the course for you. First, discover how file format and size, viewpoint, and platform shape your design choices. Then author Justin Seeley will show you how to decide on the scope of your set, sketch out your designs, and choose a color scheme and style. Next, you'll import your drawings into Photoshop and turn them into rescalable shape layers, complete with color and detail. Finally, learn how to export icons in the correct file formats for use on the web, in print, and on different operating systems (Mac, Windows, iOS, and Android). Along the way, Justin introduces challenges to test your knowledge, and some additional tools to help speed up your design workflow. Topics include: Exploring file formats, sizes, perspective, and platform guidelines Choosing an icon style Creating sketches and assigning color schemes Building a grid system for icons Redrawing icons with shapes Saving icons Generating icons for different operating systems

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