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Training Grant: free training for Massachusetts employees & employers

  • Published on April 14, 2020
Training Grant: free Adobe training for Massachusetts employees

American Graphics Institute has been awarded a grant to train Massachusetts-based employees at no cost to employee or employer, providing free training, classes, and workshops to workers in the state. Through the grant, American Graphics Institute (AGI) is offering free training in the latest digital design programs and technologies for employees that work in Massachusetts.

Using Bootcamp for Creative Cloud

  • Published on October 23, 2019
Using Bootcamp for Creative Cloud

You can use Bootcamp for Creative Cloud which is good news for Mac users that need to work in a Windows environment. We’ve tested Apple Bootcamp with Creative Cloud including Adobe CC 2019, and earlier versions dating back to CC 2017, CC 2015, CC 2014, and CC versions. Creative Cloud runs under Bootcamp and has provided stable with good results that are consistent across all these versions of the Adobe Creative Cloud applications.

AGI partners with AIGA Boston

  • Published on April 9, 2019
AGI partners with AIGA Boston

American Graphics Institute (AGI) and AIGA both work to expand the professional and creative opportunities for designers. Our partnership with AIGA Boston formalizes a collaboration to help the design community learn new skills and digital tools, as well as gain access to professional development opportunities through specialized workshops.
“As design roles expand across industries and job functions, the demand for professionals with design and design thinking skills is also growing,” says Jennifer Smith, Vice President of AGI.

Will Apple Buy Adobe?

  • Published on September 25, 2018
Will Apple Buy Adobe?

Investment analyst Daniel Ives at FBR has written that it would be good for Apple to buy Adobe Systems since back in 2016, and in 2017 Seeking Alpha repeated the call for Apple to buy Adobe. In 2018 there are many reasons it would be great for creative professionals if Apple buys Adobe this year. While a number of analysts continue to see an acquisition of Adobe to be a useful move for Apple to diversify from their dependence on iPhone sales, there’s been no comment from Apple whether they might buy Adobe.

How to learn Adobe apps

  • Published on December 8, 2017
How to learn Adobe apps

Adobe develops software applications and services used for design, marketing and communications. Professionals in these fields, as well as educators and students benefit from understanding these applications. Options for learning Adobe applications include classroom training, private courses, books, and online training.

How to Learn Captivate

  • Published on November 2, 2017
How to Learn Captivate

Creating engaging and useful e-learning content requires skills as an educator and content creator, along with a technical understanding of applications used for creating e-learning courses. Learning Adobe Captivate helps education and learning professionals create and deliver e-learning courses.

Apple deactivates Adobe Flash in next Mac OS update

  • Published on July 11, 2016
Apple deactivates Adobe Flash in next Mac OS update

Adobe Flash will be disabled by default in the next version of Safari which is the Mac OS default web browser. Apple has been sharing previews of its upcoming Mac OS update, Sierra, and Apple has emphasized that Adobe Flash content will not play by default. When a Mac OS user in version 10 of the Safari browser visits a site that contains Adobe Flash content, the browser will try to locate an HTML5 version of the same content and display the HTML5 version instead.

How Creative Pros can Stop Adobe Flash Malware

  • Published on April 21, 2016
How Creative Pros can Stop Adobe Flash Malware

It’s 2016 and Adobe Flash remains a Problem. Adobe Flash is the cause of the top-10 vulnerabilities exploited by malware, ransom ware, and computer viruses. Every one of the top 10 security threats all targeted the Adobe Flash player. The threats don’t include a single Java exploit or attack on Windows operating system vulnerabilities – Adobe owns the entire top-10 list for most exploited vulnerabilities, and every one of them is tied to the Adobe Flash Player. This is according to the 2016 NTT Global Threat Intelligence Report.

Digital Journalism Skills in Demand

  • Published on April 10, 2016
Digital Journalism Skills in Demand

The digital journalism skills needed in the modern newsroom are illustrated by changes taking place at the largest cable news network, CNN. The news network is investing $20 million into their digital news products, while making cuts in traditional journalism such as news broadcasting. The new investment is focused on three areas: digital video, expanding their reach to more mobile users, and expanding their presence globally. At a time when many news organizations are reducing staff, journalists with digital skills are finding new roles that did not exist at any newspaper or news network.

Boston Adobe Courses and WordPress Classes rescheduled due to weather

  • Published on March 20, 2016
Boston Adobe Courses and WordPress Classes rescheduled due to weather

No Classes on Monday, March 21 due to weather

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