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Exploring Interactivity in Creative Suite 5

  • Apr 20, 2010 · 7:00 PM
  • GCA Technology Services in Tampa, FL

On Monday, April 12 at 11AM Adobe will be hosting a live, global launch event for Creative Suite 5. You can join the conversation on Twitter using the #CS5 hash-tag and watch the event at
http://cs5launch.adobe.com/. Just a few days after, you are invited to join the Central Florida Web Developers User Group in a special presentation by James Lockman on
'Exploring Interactivity in CS5'. I hope you will take time to participate in the live, global launch event and the come down to Tampa for a special presentation (and hopefully a demonstration).
Who should attend? Everyone! This event holds something for programmers, designers, experts and people just getting started with Web Development.
Agenda 6:30pm - Doors open 6:30pm - 7:00pm : Networking and Food 7:00pm - 8:00pm : Presentation by James Lockamn 8:00pm - 8:30pm : Open Q&A / Networking 9:00pm - Doors close
Note: The doors to the building automatically lock at 7pm. A cell phone number will be posted on the door, however, we ask that you please try to arrive before 7pm.
About our Speaker James Lockman is the owner of James Lockman Consulting, a
digital workflow consulting and training company. James holds a degree in physics and applied physics from Yale University, and has years of experience teaching high school and college physics. James joined Working Words & Graphics in 1995 to head its Digital Prepress division. Since then, he has become a technical resource for manufacturers, software vendors, printers, agencies and graphic designers worldwide. His long practical experience with PostScript and PDF workflows coupled with his teaching skills make a great fit for training technical subjects. James is an Adobe Certified Creative Suite Master and Adobe Community Professional. He is also an Enfocus Certified Trainer and has been using PDF in his own print workflow since joining Working Words in 1995. He frequently appears at conferences and industry events, speaking on topics ranging from PDF workflows to sustainability in the printing business to packaging to cross media publishing to variable data marketing campaigns. He is a frequent presenter for Adobe Systems and others on a wide range of topics. He is also a seasoned instructor. In the early 1990s, he taught physics at Phillips Academy, Andover, Massachusetts and at Worcester Academy, Worcester, Massachusetts. He also taught Astronomy and Physics at Rutgers University in Newark, New Jersey, where he studied Physics and Electrical Engineering. On graphics subjects, he is the presenter for Total Training for Acrobat 9 Essentials and InDesign CS4 Essentials, and has more titles in the works. He blogs at
www.jameslockman.com/jamesblog/

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  • Alex F.

    Thank you James for your great style and knowledge. Thanks Aaron and Derek for another successful meeting. Looking forward for the next one!

    April 21, 2010

  • Derek W.

    It was nice to learn about products I don't usually use like In Design. There are so many products I don't know enough about and it is nice to have someone show you the reasons to use these products.

    April 21, 2010

  • A former member
    A former member

    Lots of new things coming down the pike, exciting!

    April 20, 2010

  • jason o.

    It was a great experience. James Lockman was a tremendous resource that brought with him valuable insights into the forthcoming CS5, particularly indesign and catalyst (with Catalyst, one can really see the evolution of user experience as a fully supported aspect of the production lifecycle). His knowledge and great presentation skills kept the material engaging and the evening enjoyable.

    The door prize of $2100 worth of Adobe products to a single winner shouldn't be overlooked either.

    April 20, 2010

  • Aaron G.

    Cool. Travel pushed a day, I will be able to make it.

    April 11, 2010

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