||Tigz Rice||Ask a Pro - Photography Retouching seminar||This seminar will look at the new versions of Lightroom and Photoshop for the Creative Cloud. We will walk through techniques for getting the best results from your photographs using the new tools that are available exclusively for the for the photographic retoucher, as well as tips for publishing your work on Behance and Pro-site.|
||Niels Stevens||Adobe CC video tools. Always new. Still improved.||Just four months after the CC releases shipped, Creative Cloud has added over 150 new features that greatly improve video workflows, with significant updates to our software, including Adobe Premiere® Pro CC, After Effects® CC, SpeedGrade® CC, Prelude™ CC, Adobe Media Encoder CC|
||Rupert Knowles||On the Edge - Introduction to Adobe Edge Tools.||The Adobe Edge applications provide a comprehensive set of tools needed by web designers and developers throughout the creative process. In this introductory session, we will looks what the tools do and how they work together. The session will cover: Edge Animate CC, Edge Code CC, Edge Reflow CC, Edge Inspect CC and Edge Web Fonts.|
||Iona Walters||Edge Animate: Interactive Animations||This session will look at how to create and publish an HTML5/JSS animation, in the form of a simple interactive game, using Adobe Edge Animate.
||John Cole||Dreamweaver CC and creative cloud PhoneGap build services||In this session we will explore the latest features of the new release of DW CC. We will look at the latest HTML5, CSS3 and JQuery support and demonstrate the integration between DW and the PhoneGap build service (Part of Creative Cloud) that will enable you to build native mobile applications using standard web technologies.|
||Richard Curtis||Photoshop CC for the Creative Cloud and the Photographers Bundle||We will explore in this session the new features of Photoshop for Creative Cloud, as well as a deep dive into the Photographers bundle and explore how to use both Behance and Pro-site for to publish your work.|
||Tony Harmer||Join the Vector Revolution.||In this Ask A Pro session we discuss why Web designers should care about scalable vector graphics (SVG).
Although SVG is almost 15 years old, the multi screen, multi resolution challenge means that it is now more relevant than ever. Academy Class Illustrator and all round design expert Tony Harmer, will give an overview of SVG and show us how you can use Adobe Illustrator to design and output SVG for the web.