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Check out this Lightsaber gif that Sam Toffler (MPS Consultant) created with Adobe Illustrator. Want to learn how to use Adobe Software, check out tutorials available in the lynda.com online training library.

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Changing an image’s dimensions affects its onscreen size and its printed image quality. How can you change the dimensions of an image?  Follow the steps below to learn how to properly adjust the size of an image using Adobe Photoshop. Choose Image > Image Size. Select “Constrain Proportions” to maintain the ratio of pixel with do […]

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Miss the recent Adobe Digital Storytelling sessions? Watch a recording of one of the sessions. Note: You may be prompted to update your MS Silverlight to view the recording. If you were a part of this training, we’d love to see example of what you created. Email oit-training@duke.edu to share your story!     Learn more about […]

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Turn your Research into Digital Stories

Miss today’s Adobe Digital Storytelling Event?  Adobe will be back on Tuesday, April 5 to run 2 more “Turn your Research into Digital Stories” sessions (morning: 9:30-11:30 a.m. or afternoon: 1:00-3:00 p.m.).  Register online for the session that best suits your schedule while seats are still available!

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Adobe software spurs creativity

Free and low-cost software, like Adobe Creative Cloud, spurs creativity at Duke. Read the full article on Duke Today: http://today.duke.edu/2016/03/adobe

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Dorothy Feng (MPS Digital Artist in Residence) used Adobe Illustrator for design and then used Photoshop for color correction. Try out Adobe at the Multimedia Project Studio or download and try it yourself with Duke’s Adobe Enterprise Term License Agreement.

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Dorothy Feng (MPS Digital Artist in Residence) used Adobe Illustrator for design and then used Photoshop for color correction. Try out Adobe at the Multimedia Project Studio or download and try it yourself with Duke’s Adobe Enterprise Term License Agreement.

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Due to the popularity of the upcoming Digital Storytelling event being held on March 15, Adobe will be on site for an additional date – April 5.  Register for the session that best fits your schedule while seats are available! Waitlists are being maintained. Digital Storytelling is an emerging instructional & marketing strategy. Join Adobe to learn how […]

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Celebrate the Chinese New Year with Dorothy Feng’s (MPS Digital Artist in Residence) rendition of the ‘Year of the Monkey’.  She used Adobe Illustrator for design and then used Photoshop for color correction. Try out Adobe at the Multimedia Project Studio or download and try it yourself with Duke’s Adobe Enterprise Term License Agreement.

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