Next Meetup

What Have YOU Learned - What do You know??
Whether you are a creative professional with expert Adobe software skills or a novice, we'd love to have you share your learning experience during our September meeting. Do you have a favorite instructor on LinkedIn learning, an Adobe evangelists blog or a classroom in a book? People learn in different ways and it will be fun to see how we approach learning and solving problems. Oftentimes we need to learn something out of necessity if a client asks us to do something we haven't before and sometimes we want to learn something new to broaden our skill set. Whatever the reason for digging deeper into your Adobe apps, we want to know: What have YOU learned recently....and HOW did you learn it? We are looking for you to share your favorite tutorial and what you were able to accomplish after learning a new skill. Show us live how & where you found your tutorial and what you able to take away from it as a result. If you have a finished product please post a preview to inspire others to participate. And if you haven't learned something new recently, now would be a great time to dig into something you've always wanted to learn. A great place to start is Adobe's help center. You can access that here: https://helpx.adobe.com/support.html Click on any app you are interested in learning more about and you will be brought to a page where you can choose tutorials to try. Have fun learning something new. We look forward to seeing what you have learned!

Nashua Public Library

2 Court Street · Nashua, NH

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What we're about

Welcome! The Nashua Adobe User Group meets on the 4th Monday of each month at the Nashua Public Library in the Theater.

The Nashua AUG is open to advanced and beginner Adobe applications users to foster the exchange of knowledge, experiences and ideas. Our goal is to provide a local, community based, face-to-face group for users to turn to for support, inspiration and camaraderie. We will showcase Adobe's latest and greatest products and discuss techniques and best practices.

Who should come:

Creative Professionals that use Ps, Dw, Id, Ai, Lr and other Adobe applications.

Students enrolled in Graphic Design, Photography or Art classes

Beginners just starting out with Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, Dreamweaver or Lightroom.

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