Adobe Influencer Program

The big question in the skyAs you probably know if you read this blog regularly, I have moved into a new role as Technology Integration Specialist at my school. When Adobe approached me and invited me to participate in their Influencer program, I readily accepted because I want to learn a great deal about some of their products, especially Flash, Dreamweaver, and and InDesign. I had so much trouble with Flash when I was creating my project as a student in grad school, and I wish I had been able to ask their experts for help then! I also had a great deal of trouble with InDesign last year as my students were using it to create the newspaper. Adobe has been really great about reaching out to me and offering assistance, but it’s a case of not even knowing where to begin. Furthermore, I have been so swamped learning the ropes in my new position and supporting my faculty with training that I haven’t had much time to play with their Master Collection 5.5 suite.

To that end, I am asking for your help. If you are curious about Adobe and would like to learn how to do something, can you please leave a comment describing what you’d like to learn how to do? I have access to Adobe experts, and it seems a shame not to take advantage of their willingness to help.

Thanks in advance, folks.

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  1. Wow, I'm more than a little jealous! Almost everything I do these days has something to do with an Adobe product. I have the same trouble that everyone has when you're ignorant. You don't even know what you don't know! For example, this summer, I started using AfterEffects for the first time. I've used Photoshop for more than a decade. Who knew there was a similar program for video?! Too much to learn, and too little time.

    I love Adobe software! If you enjoy video editing, I think AfterEffects would be a good place to focus some of your time and effort.

    One thing that I've been wanting to learn how to do with Adobe products is to write plugins and add-ons. Maybe how to create my own filter in Photoshop or AfterEffects would be a good place to start. Can they point me in the right direction for something like that?

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