Adobe’s Behance is a powerful online portfolio platform with all the benefits of modern social media. On Behance you can connect with creatives, get inspiration for your projects, receive important critiques from fellow artists, and get more work. In this course, you will learn how to upload projects, get feedback with the Works in Progress feature, and see the tight integration between Behance and Creative Cloud applications. As a Creative Cloud subscriber, you have access to Behance as part of your membership. This course teaches you how to get the most out of the Behance Community.
Photoshop CC for the Web
Adobe Photoshop is used by a wide range of professionals, and web designers are no exception. In this course we'll look how you can use Photoshop to create wireframes, and complete web site mockups. The course covers creating a custom web workspace and and optimizing web graphics as well as some valuable tips for producing graphics for onscreen delivery. Towards the end of the course we look how you can speed up your workflow with Photoshop's automation tools.
Adobe Brush CC & Illustr...
In this hour-long tutorial, you’ll learn to use the Adobe Brush CC app to capture textures with your mobile device and bring them into Illustrator to make custom Art Brushes. Learn about Pressure Sensitivity and the many options for editing brushes and using Art Brushes creatively in Illustrator.
Creative Cloud Overview
This course will show you how to get the most out of your Creative Cloud subscription. With Creative Cloud you have access to the best desktop applications like Photoshop, Illustrator, and After Effects, but you also get access to some amazing services. Learn how to sync your application preferences to the cloud so you can easily recall them on other machines. We also review how to get the most out of working with and sharing your files in Creative Cloud. Finally we'll review powerful collaboration features like Creative Cloud Libraries and other services like TypeKit and Behance.
After Effects CC with Ci...
Adobe After Effects CC includes a fully integrated 3D pipeline between After Effects and Maxon Cinema 4D Lite that motion graphic artists and animators can use to insert 3D objects directly into an After Effects scene without pre-rendering passes or complicated file exchanges. In this course, you will learn the basics of Maxon Cinema 4D lite, as well as how you can work with your 4D scenes and incorporate them into your Adobe After Effects projects.