Adobe Edge Preview 4: Events Panel

Continue exploring Adobe Edge Preview 4 with this new video about the Events Panel. Whether you write code or use code snippets, Edge’s new scripting features in the Events Panel allow users to add actions to elements, symbols, or to the timeline, simply.

Working with Outline Fonts in Illustrator

What do you do when you want to use a font, but it is only available as an outline font? This tutorial will show you a quick and easy way to make the most of it.

Adobe Edge: Preview 4

Tom Green explores the new Adobe Edge Preview 4. In this first video, Tom gives an overview of the interface and talks about the new importing options, the transform tool, toggling element display, and new stroke and fill menus.

AutoFit Images in InDesign CS5

Learn how to use the new autofit options in InDesign CS5 when scaling and sizing frames and picture content.

Sculpting Signatures in Illustrator

Create a stylized digital signature in Illustrator to drop onto your artwork when you are finished. Use Illustrator’s width tool to add some calligraphy style to your signature.

Give Your Logos Some Shine in Adobe Illustrator

Dave Cross opens up Illustrator and shows viewers how to add some reflective shine to text or an object using an opacity mask.

Fake a Photo Matte

Pete shows viewers how to create a quick photo matte to use around their images before framing them.

Using Mini Bridge with InDesign CS5

Jeff Witchel talks about the integration of Mini Bridge into InDesign CS5, which has made it much easier to use. Use Mini Bridge to open InDesign files, edit file names, show linked files, save snippets, and place images.

3D Design Fun

Learn some 3D tricks by following along with this design which uses 3D postcards in Photoshop CS5 Extended.

Illustrating with the Gradient Mesh Tool

Learn the secrets to mastering the gradient mesh tool in Illustrator. This tutorial covers techniques like transparent overlay and adding anchor points, as well as sampling color.

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