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Check out this beautiful (…and delicious) piece of digital art created by Dorothy Feng (MPS Digital Artist in Residence)! She used Adobe Illustrator for design and then used Photoshop for color correction.
Check out this vectorization of the Duke Chapel created by Dorothy Feng (MPS Digital Artist in Residence)! She created this design with Adobe Illustrator. Photoshop was also used for color correction.
Digital Storytelling is an emerging instructional & marketing strategy. Join Steve Adler, Senior Solutions Consultant (Adobe) to learn how to tell very compelling stories in a rich and visually appealing format using 3 intuitive Adobe mobile/web applications (Premiere Clip, Slate & Voice). Bring a laptop, iPhone or iPad with you and you may walk out of the session with a great story to tell!
NOTE: Android is not currently supported. The tools being used in this seminar must be accessed with an Adobe ID created with a non-Duke email address. Go here to create an account in advance of the seminar: accounts.adobe.com
Register for the session that best fits your schedule:
Learn more about Duke’s Enterprise Term License Agreement with Adobe: http://sites.duke.edu/software/2015/11/06/adobe-creative-cloud-and-acrobat-pro-dc-licensing-now-available/
Duke Software Licensing recently announced that Duke has entered into an Enterprise Term License Agreement with Adobe, Inc. Read full details here. As part of this agreement, students can access Adobe software free of cost! Learn how by following the step-by-step directions below.
1. Go to Adobe.com.
2. Click the sign in button (top right hand corner of the site) and an Adobe ID Sign in page will open.
3. Select “Sign In with an Enterprise ID,” as shown below.
4. Once you are redirected to the Enterprise ID Sign in page, enter duke.edu into the “email address or domain name” box. Then, hit enter. Do not type in any password at this point.
5. Click “Sign In” to be directed to the Duke Web Authentication page. Enter your Duke NetID and password, and click “enter”. This will redirect you to your Adobe Account.
6. In order to download various Creative Cloud apps to your desktop, click on “Desktop Apps” in the left middle of the black box on the screen, and you will be redirected to the page below.
7, To download any of the available Creative Cloud desktop apps, click on the blue “download” button at the bottom of the specific app you want. The desktop download will begin, and you will be notified when your app is ready to use.
Need help? Contact the OIT Service Desk.
Duke Software Licensing announced today that Duke has entered into an Enterprise Term License Agreement with Adobe, Inc. The Creative Cloud is free for students and discounted for faculty and staff. Read full details here. Planning to use the software? Need Adobe Creative Cloud Training? See the training resources below: