2013-06-18 Matt Sullivan presents "Integrating Photoshop into Your TechComm Workflow"

From June 18, 2013 6:00 pm until June 18, 2013 8:30 pm
Posted by Roger Hunnicutt
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Spend time with Matt Sullivan as he shows you how to get the most out of one of the coolest tech comm tools out there: Photoshop.

Matt will show you how to improve your Photoshop efficiency in just about any workflow. Learn best practices for placing and editing images in Adobe products like InDesign, FrameMaker, RoboHelp, and Captivate. Edit screen captures (including text). Make quick color corrections, and see a demo of some of the newer tools available in Photoshop CS6.

Matt invites you to send samples from your own work to use in the presentation to matt at mattrsullivan.com

Send him an image  from your current workflow that is representative of a problem or eating up your production time, along with a description of the problem. Matt will try to work them into his presentation.


About Matt:

Matt Sullivan is an expert resource for technical communicators. Matt helps individuals and teams improve their workflow and publish content across needed platforms.

As an MVP on Adobe's User Forums and a perennial presenter for the Society for Technical Communication, Matt actively gives back to the Tech Comm community. 

In early 2013, he released Publishing Fundamentals: Unstructured FrameMaker 11. Details for ordering either the print or EPUB versions are available at framemaker11book.com

Matt is available for projects, consultation, classroom training (in-person and online) or an occasional pizza. 

Google "mattrsullivan" (including quotes and "R")  for contact information, tips on electronic publishing, Adobe software products, and social media strategies.  

Matt's email is

matt at mattrsullivan.com

His website is www.mattrsullivan.com

Be sure to specify the "R" in his email and website address.



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