Simulating a Computer Screen in Adobe Photoshop

Learn to create your own custom RGB pattern and reusable Smart Object template to simulate a computer screen effect in Adobe Photoshop.

Creating Normal Maps in Adobe Photoshop

Stephen Burns shows you how to add 3D texture to your CG objects by applying normal maps made in Photoshop.

Using Illustrator Gradients in Adobe InDesign

Learn how to bring in any custom Adobe Illustrator swatches and gradients for use in InDesign.

Solving the Interlocking Rings Dilemma in Adobe Illustrator

In this tutorial, Jeff Witchel demonstrates multiple solutions to the age-old problem of interlocking rings and layer order.

Finding Metallic CMYK Colors in Adobe Illustrator

Simulate metallic colors in Illustrator by creating color swatches from metal gradients in Illustrators library.

Calling an Edge Animation with HTML iFrame

Tom Green talks about how to get an edge animate composition into an html page using the iframe tag.

Creating Interactive PDF Forms in InDesign CS6

Use InDesign to create interactive PDF forms. In this video, Jeff Witchel shows viewers how to create text boxes, radio buttons, drop down lists, and action buttons to print and email the completed form.

Swirly Strokes in Adobe Illustrator CS6

Use Illustrator’s width tool to create stroke designs that can be duplicated and combined to create a variety of beautiful patterns. Follow along with the video and learn how.

Edge Animations into Dreamweaver CS6

Thanks to a new update, it is easier than ever to move Edge animations into Dreamweaver CS6. Simply export an Animate Deployment Package from Edge and then insert that Edge Animate Composition into your web design in Dreamweaver.

Using Liquid Layout in InDesign CS6

Jeff Witchel walks viewers through the new Liquid Layout function in InDesign CS6. In this example, he uses the new feature to re-scale a print ad.

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