8:00 am -– 8:30 am
8:30 am – 8:50 am
9:00 am – 10:20 am
10:30 am – 11:50 am
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
1:00 pm – 2:20 pm
2:30 pm – 3:50 pm
4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
5:00 pm – 5:30 pm
Tom Green will discuss using UX principles to “Explore The Space Between Here and There”
In this presentation, Tom will:
- Show why we need to start wireframing motion
- Show how a Content Reference wireframe is the start of Material Design’s “carefully choreographed” requirement for motion
- Make you aware of the fact that there’s a lot more behind a simple swipe than a “swipe”
- Demonstrate were Photoshop, Illustrator, AfterEffect and Edge Animate fit into the web and app design workflow
- Demonstrate four advantages to wire-framing motion
Chris Griffith will discuss “Mobile Prototyping with Ionic.”
In this presentation, Chris will demonstrate how to use the powerful Ionic Framework to quickly create mobile prototypes for both iOS and Android.
Built atop Apache Cordova/PhoneGap it is great solution to leverage your existing web design/development skills.
Chana Messer will demonstrate her “From Analog to Digital From Pixel to Vector” Workflow for designers and illustrators, using Anoto Blck Ink, Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop.
David M. Hogue, Ph.D will show “How to Use Design Sprints to Innovate.”
Google’s design sprint is a method for answering critical business questions through design, prototyping, and testing ideas with customers.
Teams use design sprints to answer questions about the fundamental viability of new businesses, to make the first version of new mobile apps, to develop new features for existing products with millions of users, to define marketing strategies, and more.
You’ll will learn to:
- Run your own design sprints by moving through six stages to understand, define, diverge, decide, prototype, and validate product ideas
- How to collaborate with your cross-functional team members to achieve consensus and direction in only a few days
Jesús Ramirez will share his photo compositing workflow and the tips and tricks that he uses to create believable and realistic photo compositions in Photoshop.
Jesus’ session will show how to:
- Get the right perspective and avoid getting “floating” people in composites.
- Make realistic shadows
- Use atmospheric perspective to create depth in composites.
- How to create realistic reflections.
- And More!
Sebastian Bleak and Astute Graphics will be demoing some of their workflows using Astute’s awesome Adobe Illustrator plug-ins. Creative professionals worldwide depend on Astute’s products to streamline their workflows and give them creative freedom.
- Creating dynamic shapes and corners with VectorScribe2
- Produce stunning stipping effects for your illustrations quickly and easily with Stipplism
- Work in live symmetry with MirrorMe, creating mirrored vector effects to save illustration time
- Using WidthScribe2 for variable width strokes, brushes, stamps and more in Illustrator
Sally Cox will share her “eLearning Developer” workflow she uses to create a variety of eLearning courses. Sally will share tips on how she develops her eLearning courses working as a 100% remote (work-from-home) freelancer.
Sally’s session will include:
- Tips on creating slide background and artwork in Adobe Illustrator
- Assembling the text and graphics in PowerPoint (the heavy hitter in my workflow)
- Importing the PPT slides into Articulate Storyline 2 and adding animations, transitions and timing
- Tips for writing scenarios and quizzes
- Publishing to HTML5
- Discussion of other collaboration tools she uses, including Dropbox, GoogleDrive, Adobe Creative Cloud, Adobe Connect and Skype
Kelly McCathran will be showing Adobe’s new Publish Online feature in Adobe InDesign CC 2015. With Publish Online, you can now view your print documents online with just a few clicks, allowing your InDesign document to be previewed on any device, or in any modern web browser.
Kelly will show these features in InDesign:
- Creating Buttons
- Building a Slideshow
- Adding Animation
- Inserting Audio or Video
- Text hyperlinks – URLs, emails, etc.
- Sharing the URL for Viewing
- Sharing options – share over Twitter, Facebook or as PDF
Michael Clawson will feature two sessions on mobile photography workflows.
- How mobile touch devices are changing the way we create
- The importance of capturing a “master shot”
- The pros and cons of “app-stacking” vs non-destructive editing
- Descriptions on Enlight’s eight editing modules
- Demonstrations on specific techniques like color correction, depth of field, and masking
- Stand-out features unique to Enlight