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How to Easily Expand Your Adobe Captivate Color Swatches

In my last post, I shared how to easily extract images from a PowerPoint storyboard given to you for use in Captivate course development. This is one way to ensure you follow a client’s branding guidelines. 189 more words

Learning Tools

On Target with Banner Ads

During Tuesday night’s lecture this week we learned about banner ads and their importance as the principle form of revenue for site owners.  We also learned about the different types of banner ads and ways in which they were displayed. 520 more words


Building a Foundation Wireframe Style

During this week’s lecture on Tuesday we were introduced to wireframes and their importance in the web design process. A wireframe is an image or set of images that display the functional elements of a website while helping to establish a site’s structure and hierarchy. 758 more words


A New Company From The Logo Up

This week I created a company logo. I designed a logo for a hypothetical marketing and digital design firm located in New York City. “Berry” is a rapidly growing startup company. 351 more words

Digital Imagery And Web Design

American BLT Classic

Our first assignment was to create an image of a BLT sandwich for Albert’s Grille. This assignment helped me understand Photoshop layers and the importance of maintaining an organized workspace. 435 more words


Defining paint color with help of the eyedropper tool (in Photoshop)

It has been three weeks since I last worked on my jellyfish painting. Isn’t it ironic that when I last worked on it, I wrote about it under the title, “Procrastination and Painting.” Seems like I’ve been procrastinating getting back to this painting! 340 more words


Painting - Making Color Charts

I love the look of bubbles, and I am hoping to paint a portrait of my two older grandsons blowing bubbles in my backyard. Where to begin when painting bubbles is the question? 173 more words