This short 5-minute clip comes from Creativetechs’ Creating Interactive PDFs webinar on August 13, 2008. In this workshop, Seattle trainer Jason Hoppe explorers the many ways designers can add interactive elements to their client’s PDFs. Including electronic forms, embedded movies, and many other interactive tricks. [View all Upcoming Webinars]
Note: The sound is a poor recording of a live phone call. We’re working on a better way to capture sound in future webinar conference calls.
Online Webinars — Here is our secret plan: We’ll post the best clips from each week’s webinar for everyone to enjoy; and those of you who want to participate in the full online workshops can sign-up below:
Wed, Aug 20 – HTML Email Newsletters.
Wed, Aug 27 – Prepress with PDFs.
Wed, Sep 3 – Photoshop: Color Correction Techniques.
Wed, Sep 10 – InDesign: Mastering Style Sheets.
Wed, Sep 17- Photoshop: Retouching Skin.
This fall, Creativetechs is partnering with Seattle’s top Adobe Authorized Training Center, Luminous Works. We’re working to provide a hybrid workshop/webinar environment: Seattle-area designers can attend in person, and our readers from around the world can participate remotely.
Our first mini-workshop is scheduled for September 23. We’ll be discussing the how (and why) of building “Findable Flash Websites.” Most Flash websites are largely invisible to Google. We’ll show you how to test yours, and how to modify it if necessary so potential clients can find you in Google searches.
Stay tuned for additional developments. Lots of fun stuff coming!