Plug-in Potpourri. Extend Your Productivity and Creativity!

2009-08-27 - 2016-08-27 All day

A variety of CDPUG members will demonstrate their favorite plug-ins. Come and see how they use these cool third party products to increase their creativity and their productivity. And even their profitability.

Stan Kohn will demonstrate PhotomatixPro 3.1.3 for HDR (High Dynamic Range), and PDF Browser Plugin 2.3.1 which turns your web browser into a PDF viewer.

John O’Donell will demonstrate Firebug, a web development plug-in for FireFox, and YSlow, a plugin with tests and utilitiesthat help build faster web pages.

Spike Radway will demonstrate several Quicklook Plug-ins for Mac OS 10.5x Leopard.

Henry Lee will present the Adobe inDesign Plug-in Pattern Maker by Teacup Software. Pattern Maker makes powerful PostScript patterns for InDesign CS, CS2, CS3 and CS4. Henry will also present Comnet’s FoldUP3D plug-in for illustrator. FoldUP!3D 1.5 brings intuitive packaging design to Adobe Illustrator 8, 9, 10, and CS.

CDPUG President Janet Dodrill will present Adobe InDesign Plug-ins “Image Horn” and “Image Library Loader.” ImageHorn is a free plug-in designed to enable dynamic image fitting (‘horn’ like in ‘shoehorn’). Image Library Loader is a free tool that gives you a floating library-palette filled with images that are automatically retrieved from one or more folders.

Carolyn Lewis will also show a quick demo of OfficeTime, a time tracking product she reviewed for the CDPUG Blog and a follow up to our Creative Project Management program in May.

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    Here’s what you’ll learn:
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    Bio:
    Chris Woodman is an award-winning graphic designer, publisher, and educator.

    An expert in Apple software, Chris’ skill set runs the full gamut. His passion and specialty are in digital media — more specifically ebooks, presentations, photography, and videography.

    Over the past decade, Chris has trained over 1,000 customers and employees and has organized and facilitated over 300 business workshops and community events.

    His genuine personality and natural ability to simplify the complex allow Chris to communicate clearly with any audience, regardless of learning style or previous technology experience. His passion for design and sharing his knowledge sparks inspiration in others.

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