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23Sep
2014
Adobe Design Achievement Awards 2014 Winners Announced

The Adobe Design Achievement Awards 2014 Winners have been announced. I got to sit with the judges for part of their deliberations, and was blown away by the work I got to see.

Individual category winners receive a $2,000 prize and get invited to Adobe MAX where we'll announce segment winners and the Grand Prize winner..

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9Sep
2014
Stay On Top Of Creative Cloud Learning Content

Adobe Creative Cloud has lots to offer, and we're releasing more apps, services, tools, and updates all the time. To stay on top of the latest Creative Cloud learning content, you may want to bookmark the Creative Cloud Learn blog.

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25Aug
2014
Adobe Design Achievement Awards 2014 Finalists Announced

Last week I mentioned the fun I had reviewing submissions for this year's Adobe Design Achievement Awards. Well, the finalists have been announced, and winners will be announced at a screening and reception at Adobe MAX on October 5, 2014.

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12Aug
2014
Fun Reviewing Awards Submissions

Today I got to spend a few hours reviewing student submissions for our 2014 Adobe Design Achievement Awards. In addition to hanging out with some really talented judges, the real treat was seeing some of the absolutely amazing creative submissions. We'll announce winners at MAX in October, but until then I consider myself truly fortunate to have had the chance to review student work that could rival anything created by professionals and studios. Wow!

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29Jul
2014
Illustrating Instruction: Tad Carpenter Creative

We've published hundreds of articles and tutorials to help users get the most out of their Creative Cloud subscriptions, and we've also invested in imagery as compelling as the instruction itself. Over on the Creative Cloud Blog we've posted an interview with Tad Carpenter, a Kansas City, MO, based illustrator and designer who created stunning illustrations for our content.

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8Jul
2014
Apply For A ConnectED Donation

Adobe has committed over $300 million in software and professional development services to the White House's ConnectED initiative. As part of this $2 billion+ effort from the private sector, Adobe will deliver creative tools and teacher professional development to schools across the United States - all with the goal of helping youth express their creativity and build their skills for future success.

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2Jun
2014
Upcoming Adobe Education Events

Educators, visit the Education Exchange for a list of upcoming Live Events focused on teaching creativity in the classroom. This month you'll find sessions on Edge Animate, Flash Pro, Premiere Pro, and After Effects, Muse, and Voice.

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20May
2014
Learn Typography With Typekit Practice

The Typekit team has announced Typekit Practice, "a place where novices and experts alike can hone their typographic skills". The site is hosting the first two tutorials now (along with links and references), and more are on the way.

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29Apr
2014
Students, Animake This

Adobe and Campus MovieFest have joined forces to find the best Animation, Special Effects, Character Illustration, and Musical Composition students out there. Last week Adobe announced Animake This, a contest for college students across the globe, giving them a chance to win over $20,000 in cash and prizes, including a $5,000 cash grant, a trip to Hollywood for an ultimate week-long animation experience with FOX Animation Domination High-Def, and exposure through Adobe, FOX, and Campus MovieFest channels.

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30Dec
2013
Recommendation: RadioShack LED Cube

I'm always on the lookout for fun and engaging electronics projects for kids. A few days ago I dropped by RadioShack (I needed an IR sensor for an Arduino project) and noticed a red box labeled RadioShack 3D LED Cube Hobby Kit. As it was priced at under $15 I had to give it a try.

If you are not familiar with LED cubes, do a quick YouTube search.

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