One simple trick to increase productivity?
CreativePro Week 2020!
Five jam-packed days with world-renowned experts sharing their best time-saving, skill-supercharging secrets, including:
- Power Tips for Photoshop, Jesus Ramirez
- Secrets of the InDesign Power Users, Erica Gamet
- Photoshop Automation, Myra Ferguson
- The 14 Tools You Need to Master in Illustrator, Von Glitschka
- Make Effective Infographics Fast, Mike Parkinson
- InDesign + Photoshop + Illustrator, Bart Van de Wiele
- Building PowerPoint Templates for Your Team and Clients, Mark Heaps
Learn the secrets from the masters and pump up your productivity by attending CreativePro Week this June in Austin!
Seating is limited—register now before we sell out.
What Our Attendees Say
“Every year I attend the conference I walk away with a new technique that cuts down on my production timeline.”
Timothy G LeCroy
Engineering Documentation Project Manager, SKF USA
“I learned real, tangible things that I can take and start using in my work right away. My life just got so much easier, and more efficient.”
Senior Graphic Designer, CDM Smith
Here’s a taste of some amazing quick productivity tips taken from previous “Three Minutes Max” sessions:
Style an InDesign Page Quickly ft. Laurie Ruhlin
In this quick InDesign tip, Laurie Ruhlin shows how to quickly style an entire page full of text. Using paragraph styles—incorporating the “next style” feature—as well as object styles, she formats her page with just a couple of clicks.
Fill Image to Fit PowerPoint Slide ft. Nolan Haims
In this quick PowerPoint tip, Nolan Haims demos how he fills an image to fit a slide, without going out to Photoshop. This tip comes in handy, especially when converting a presentation with a 4:3 aspect ratio to 16:9.
Quick Photoshop Composite Trick ft. Jesús Ramirez
Jesús Ramirez has a little Photoshop fun to show off a trick for a quick face swap! If you’ve ever wanted to put your face on someone else’s body—or a less creepy image manipulation—this trick could certainly come in handy.
Illustrator Color Palette from a Photo ft. Nigel French
Nigel French demonstrates how to make a color palette from a photo in Illustrator. Where many color theme creators only create a five-color palette, Nigel’s method lets you choose as many colors as you want.