Articles written by: Keith Ching

Jun 21, 2019

Melbourne Students learn about Agile Methodologies in Software Development

The ICT50115 Diploma of Information Technology prepares students to start their career in web or app development. This term, the students focused on the Agile [...]

Apr 04, 2017

Creating Logos with Illustrator CC

There are several approaches to creating logos in Illustrator.  Today we're going share one approach using Illustrator CC. Imagine you own Woop Woop [...]

Feb 06, 2017

Master Document in Word - Part 3

In today’s blog we will explore creating a Table of Contents from the Master Document. The Master Document now contains a collection of linked Subdocument files [...]

Jan 23, 2017

Master Document in Word - Part 2

In my previous "Working with Styles" blog, we explored the creation of a new Master Document and setting a collection of subdocument links. This allows members [...]

Jan 10, 2017

Animating with Adobe CC: Part 3 - Animating with symbols in Flash CC

In part 3 of my Animating with Adobe CC series, we will be looking at animating with Graphic Symbols in Flash CC. Now that we have a library of the character assets, [...]

Dec 06, 2016

Animating with Adobe CC: Part 2 - Importing Character designs into Flash CC

Despite the fact that many developers consider Flash CC (or now Animate CC) no longer the developer platform since the introduction of HTML5, Java and CSS3 that produce [...]

Nov 18, 2016

Animating with Adobe CC: Part 1 - Creating character designs with Illustrator CC

You will realise that the content you can generate in Adobe Illustrator is a vector graphic and vectors are simply scalable shapes and lines that do not reduce in [...]

Oct 25, 2016

Master Document in Word - Part 1

The Master Document in Microsoft Word is a tool that gets highly overlooked but can provide a great level of efficiency when working on company files. If you have [...]

Oct 12, 2016

Working with Styles - Part 5

Previously on Word Styles we looked at creating new styles over a document that will create, in effect, a company style guide. Now the company has a complete style guide [...]

Sep 27, 2016

Lightroom vs. Photoshop’s Camera Raw

You may have heard a lot of discussion around working with raw images in either Lightroom or in Photoshop with the Camera Raw plugin. In today’s post, we will explore [...]

Sep 08, 2016

Working with Styles - Part 4

Previously on Word Styles we looked at changing the Style attributes of the Normal Style and Heading Styles that would mean a company font theme can be applied to new [...]

Aug 18, 2016

Working with Styles - Part 3

In part 3 of my Working with Styles series, we are going to look at modifying the formatting attributes of Word Styles. When you create a new document by default it’s in [...]

Jul 26, 2016

PhotoShop in action - Part 1

The Action tool in PhotoShop is a powerful way to automate some of your repetitive day to day task whilst ensuring consistency in the art work you produce. An action can [...]

Jul 11, 2016

Working with Styles - Part 2

Here is Part 2 of my "Working with Styles in Microsoft Word" blog series. As you have now applied styles over the document to ensure a consistent font theme which may [...]

Jul 04, 2016

Working with Styles - Part 1

Styles in Microsoft Word is a great way to format document text because it allows you to apply easily over selections and to ensure a consistent font theme. Styles is [...]

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