We’re thrilled to announce 14 additional speakers have been confirmed to join us at CreativePro Week: An Online Event, May 17–21. These world-class experts will teach you how to get the most out of the tools you use every day.
Here’s just a taste of what these experts will be covering at this year’s event:
- The Most Important Skill in Photoshop: Quality Selections and Masks, Colin Smith
- Coloring and Recoloring in Adobe Illustrator, Laura Coyle
- Print: It’s Easier Than You Think to Create Impact, Trish Witkowski
- Just Say No: Alternatives to Boring Slides, Jole Simmons
- Awesome GREP Tips & Tricks, Peter Kahrel
- Putting it Together: InDesign, HTML, Video, and More, Chad Chelius
- Animation and Video for Print and Web Designers, Chris Converse
- Adding Personality with Typography, Ina Saltz
In addition to 100+ sessions taking place at CreativePro Week 2021, you’ll receive in-depth session handouts and access to watch and rewatch session recordings on-demand for a full year, whenever or wherever you like.
Three Minutes Max is a fun—and competitive—session at our annual CreativePro Week conference. Here’s how it works: speakers have three minutes to wow the audience with their best Photoshop, PowerPoint, InDesign, or Illustrator power moves, and attendees vote on which expert’s tip is the best.
For more sessions like this, join us May 17–21, 2021 at CreativePro Week: An Online Event. With Early Bird pricing ending this Friday, March 19, here’s a taste of what you’ll learn at this year’s event:
Maintain Multiple Layouts in One InDesign Document
Erica Gamet quickly runs down how to style the different layouts, make editorial changes, and export to both print and digital versions.
Recolor Product Artwork in Photoshop
Lisa Carney shows off a technique to give you an easy way to create multiple color versions of products. Best of all, there’s no need to mask anything!
Add Grunge to Vector Artwork in Illustrator
Von Glitschka shows off a quick way to make vector art look a little less clean. He adds grunge using bitmapped artwork then converts it to vectors to create a more organic—and screenprinter-ready—design.
Flexible Paragraph Rules in PowerPoint
Nolan Haims shows off a quick tip on creating flexible and adjustable paragraph rules in PowerPoint. This rule can sit to the side, above, or below text, and can size and move with the text frame it’s associated with.
And don’t forget — Early Bird pricing ends Friday, March 19. Register now to save up to 20%.