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The Art of Storytelling with Design Army
Learn how discovering and telling stories that are engaging, uplifting, and inspiring can be the foundation for your designs, and how your designs can bring these stories to life. Jake Lefebure, cofounder of the award-wining D.C. creative firm Design Army, will share how to tell today's stories with tomorrow's technology, taking those stories from print to new media. In this lively, interactive session, you'll learn: • How to capture your ideas in simple drawings• A process for taking those concepts from sketch to design, and then to production• Techniques to leverage your core design skills across new and emerging media
Creative Director Brian Yap on Adobe Ideas
Show: Customer Stories: Design
Artist and Creative Director, Brian Yap, pushes the boundaries by being among the first to implement Touch app technology to design in a new way. Yap is able to achieve his pen and ink inspired look uncompromised with Adobe Ideas and saves the several steps of sketching, scanning and inking. Adobe Ideas has made his iPad his newest design tool. Although he designs in a cutting edge digital way with the iPad, the work that he creates can be printed in a very traditional method. He enjoys the freedom of working away from his desktop and he sees this as just the beginning of the changes to the way artists work. Check out Brian's Behance page: behance.net/brianyap
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Artists Kyle Lambert on Adobe Ideas
Show: Adobe Touch Apps
Kyle Lambert is a fine artist based in the UK and was formally trained as an oil painter. He currently freelances and specializes in painting, illustration and animation. Used to the tactile nature of oil and canvas, Kyle naturally gravitated to the iPad to create digitally. Lambert is becoming well known for his striking character portraits and was the first artist to create photo-realistic work using Adobe Ideas: http://bit.ly/oHhjuy. In this video, learn about Lambert's approach to working and get inspired as you watch how he creates using Adobe Ideas – zooming all the way in to get fine detail and zooming all the way out to see the image.
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