Mitigate Mobile Cross-platform Headaches By Tim Kridel for Digital Innovation Gazette When it comes to operating systems, the mobile world is a poster child for fragmentation. The good news: A growing selection of cross-platform development tools can help. ...Read More »
Which OS Should You Target? By Tim Kridel The good news is that a majority of mobile users own a smartphone. The bad news? They`re using a half-dozen different operating systems. Here, a veteran analyst explains what to consider. ...Read More »
What's New in Photoshop CS6 Public Beta By Jeremiah Hall When your software goes from being a proper name to a verb, as in "I Photoshopped that building out of the picture", new versions are a big deal. The public beta of Photoshop CS6 Extended is available for download now. What's changed? There are alsover 64 changes PS6 users have asked Adobe for, called the "JDI"s by the Photoshop team. "JDI" stands for "Just DIt," small changes and improvements asked for by the end-users. Here's a sample from the list Adobe provided DMN. ...Read More »
Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4 for the Videographer By Jeremiah Hall I have never used the previous versions of Lightroom, since most of my time was taken up with Avid, After Effects and Final Cut Pro. When I needed to do something with stills, I used Photoshop. When I got the chance to try Lightroom 4, I jumped at the chance, but I was more interested in the video capabilities than I was in the photographic features and tools. Lightroom 4 will not be replacing Premiere or Photoshop, it's not designed for heavy photo or video editing. You can't cut your movie masterpiece with it. But if you're a DSLR shooter, I can see it becoming a very useful tool in your arsenal. ...Read More »
Under the Hood: A Look Inside the Ultrabook By Dominic Milano for Digital Innovation Gazette Take a look inside the ultrabook as we investigate the new devices power and versatility. ...Read More »
Word for Mac Essential Training: Part 11 of 13 By David Rivers In Word for Mac Essential Training, instructor David Rivers examines each important feature of this ubiquitous word processing software. David explores the Word for Mac interface, goes over simple tasks such as creating and saving documents, and delves into advanced editing, formatting, and layout features. He also teaches how to proof documents, use the powerful Mail Merge Manager, and share, print, and collaborate on projects. In this installment we look at sending and sharing documents via email. ...Read More »
Adobe Photoshop Touch By Ko Maruyama Adobe recently released a set of tablet applications dubbed their Touch Apps. The applications allow you to design on the go, taking your tablet and your creativity anywhere you want. The workflow presented is actually two-fold. The first is on the mobile device, allowing you to rough out concepts on your tablet, then refine and finish your work on a desktop machine. ...Read More »
Word for Mac Essential Training: Part 10 of 13 By David Rivers In Word for Mac Essential Training, instructor David Rivers examines each important feature of this ubiquitous word processing software. David explores the Word for Mac interface, goes over simple tasks such as creating and saving documents, and delves into advanced editing, formatting, and layout features. He also teaches how to proof documents, use the powerful Mail Merge Manager, and share, print, and collaborate on projects. In this installment we look at reviewing changes. ...Read More »
Word for Mac Essential Training: Part 9 of 13 By David Rivers In Word 2008 for Mac Essential Training, instructor David Rivers examines each important feature of this ubiquitous word processing software. In this installment we look at tracking changes. ...Read More »
Cloud 101: Are You a PC, Mac or Cloud? By a Swords It used to be that you were either a Mac or a PC. Now you can add another category: cloud. ...Read More »
Mitigate Mobile Cross-platform Headaches By Tim Kridel for Intelligence In Software When it comes to operating systems, the mobile world is a poster child for fragmentation. The good news: A growing selection of cross-platform development tools can help. ...Read More »
Nice Gesture, But What Does It Mean? By Tim Kridel for Intelligence In Software As the installed base of smartphones, tablets and digital kiosks grows, so does the need for gesture-based user interfaces. Design expert Don Norman explains why the current paradigm is frustrating for users and developers alike. ...Read More »
Cloud 101: Are You a PC, Mac or Cloud? By a Swords It used to be that you were either a Mac or a PC. Now you can add another category: cloud. ...Read More »
Word for Mac Essential Training: Part 8 of 13 By David Rivers In Word 2008 for Mac Essential Training, instructor David Rivers examines each important feature of this ubiquitous word processing software. David explores the Word 2008 for Mac interface. In this installment we continue to look at using graphics in Word, this time it's using WordArt. ...Read More »
Word for Mac Essential Training: Part 8 of 13 By David Rivers In Word 2008 for Mac Essential Training, instructor David Rivers examines each important feature of this ubiquitous word processing software. David explores the Word 2008 for Mac interface. In this installment we continue to look at using graphics in Word, this time it's using WordArt. ...Read More »
Word for Mac Essential Training: Part 7 of 13 By David Rivers In Word 2008 for Mac Essential Training, instructor David Rivers examines each important feature of this ubiquitous word processing software. In this installment we look at Text Boxes in Word. The course explores the Word 2008 for Mac interface, goes over simple tasks such as creating and saving documents, and delves into advanced editing, formatting, and layout features. ...Read More »
Word for Mac Essential Training: Part 6 of 13 By David Rivers David explores the Word 2008 for Mac interface, goes over simple tasks such as creating and saving documents, and delves into advanced editing, formatting, and layout features. He also teaches how to proof documents, use the powerful Mail Merge Manager, and share, print, and collaborate on projects. In this installment we look at SmartArt in Word. ...Read More »
Word for Mac Essential Training: Part 5 of 13 By David Rivers David explores the Word 2008 for Mac interface, goes over simple tasks such as creating and saving documents, and delves into advanced editing, formatting, and layout features. In this installment we look at working with shapes in Microsoft Word. ...Read More »
Word for Mac Essential Training: Part 4 of 13 By David Rivers In Word 2008 for Mac Essential Training, instructor David Rivers examines each important feature of this ubiquitous word processing software. David explores the Word 2008 for Mac interface, goes over simple tasks such as creating and saving documents, and delves into advanced editing, formatting, and layout features. In this lesson we look at using pictures and clip art. ...Read More »
Word for Mac Essential Training: Part 3 of 13 By David Rivers In Word 2008 for Mac Essential Training, instructor David Rivers examines each important feature of this ubiquitous word processing software. David explores the Word 2008 for Mac interface, goes over simple tasks such as creating and saving documents, and delves into advanced editing, formatting, and layout features. In this segment David discusses creating columns in publishing view. ...Read More »
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