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ADVAnet with Austin Adobe User Group
Oct 11: Learn how to create modern, responsive web pages from scratch using a combination of Bootstrap components and a set of intuitive tools that caters to designers who need to code. This session will feature updates to Bootstrap and the latest integration with Dreamweaver CC. Bring your laptop and work along with the presenter to create a responsive design project. Presenter Roman Villarreal, CEO of Lumenbrite Training, will show you how to: - Add and customize the latest Bootstrap components - Explore new features in Bootstrap and migration strategies to Bootstrap 4 - Use timesaving workflows to rapidly design your pages - Leverage Adobe Stock and Creative Cloud Libraries The sample files will be available for download before the meeting at . Since this is an evening meeting, we’ll have pizza available. Please RSVP at On the second Thursday evening of each month, ADVAnet joins in with the Austin Adobe User Group ( (AAUG) for their presentation. To help the New Horizons Computer Learning Center select a room that comfortably seats everyone, AAUG asks that you also use their site to RSVP ( to this free event. New Horizons Computer Learning Center is right behind Highland Mall near I-35 and US 290, at 300 E Highland Mall Blvd., Suite 100. Coming from Airport Blvd, turn onto Highland Mall Blvd, then turn left onto Jonathan, then right at the second entrance into the Visitor parking area. If you're coming from I-35, use the southbound feeder road to get to East Huntland Drive. Go past the car dealerships and turn left onto Jonathan Drive, then turn left, after the car lot, into the Visitor parking area.

New Horizons Computer Learning Center of Austin

300 East Highland Mall Boulevard #100 · Austin, TX

What we're about

The Austin Design and Visual Arts Network (ADVAnet) is a group for designers and visual artists of all types, including professionals, job seekers, students, and those curious about getting into the field. We usually meet once a month, with two additional meetings where we join up with other groups. We were formerly known as Austin Texas Design and Media (ATXDM) from July 2009 to July 2012, and before that it was founded in 2003, called simply Austin Designer Meetup. We're's second oldest continuously active graphic design group. (We're watching you St. Louis!)

We're inclusive of design and visual arts from all disciplines, so no matter you're background or interest, we'd love to have you join us.

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