Category Archives: Humor

$ave for the holidays! The Cleveland Play House

Need a fun & local holiday gift for your clients, friends or family? Save big on the upcoming production of A Christmas Story. This record-breaking show returns to the Cleveland Play House stage in all its pink-bunny-suit, glowing-leg-lamp, triple-dog-daring glory. The perfect holiday treat! Don’t delay – purchase these discounted tickets by Monday October 14 to save big $$! FRI… Read more »

Pop-up book tales, trials & triumphs with Keith Allen

As a tribute to his departed Grandfather, Keith Allen created a pop-up book… that is, he, his brother and Grandmother created a pop-up book. Keith served as the paper engineer, his brother as the illustrator and Grandma was the storyteller, marketer and calligrapher/artist. The story centers around what a fun and special place Rehoboth Beach is – after all it… Read more »

Gerrymandered Font?!

This font was created to provide a way for voters to protest partisan gerrymandering. Maybe you want to write your Elected Official a letter using this font? Let us know how you plan to use this awareness-raising font! Click to read more. Thank you to Bill Kiraly for suggesting this fun font post.

2019 Annual Showcase Videos NOW AVAILABLE on YouTube

If you missed this year’s Showcase or want to review speakers’ presentations we’re happy to announce that all of the speaker videos are now available on the CDPUG YouTube page! We’d like to thank Bill Baraona of Flex Media for the video and Sarah Coggins for the video editing! We appreciate their time in helping CDPUG with this task. A… Read more »

New DVD Release of “Graphic Means” Available for Pre-sale

The DVD of “Graphic Means: A History of Graphic Design Production” will be available on DVD, iTunes, and Vimeo, on November 23, 2018. This 2-DVD set is available for pre-ordering at $24.95, and includes four extra scenes as well as the official trailer. Members may recall this film from the screening at our CDPUG 30-year anniversary meeting in August, 2017…. Read more »

Video Editing Boot-Camp for Graphic Designers. Bill Baraona’s Recommended Training Links

Video editing can be intimidating, especially with all the utilities you have at your disposal. Not only that, but you also have screen sizes and file sizes to consider when you render the finished project. There’s a lot to keep track of, and luckily an experienced video editor named Bill Baraona of Flex Media will be a speaker for our… Read more »

Scott Berkun, author of the book "Confessions of Public Speaker" presents on Why and How to Give an Ignite Talk

For a video of author Scott Berkin presenting on Why and How to Give an Ignite Talk check out the link below. Scott Berkun is the author of the book “Confessions of a Public Speaker.” http://cdn.oreilly.com/ignite/2009/06/19_Scott_Berkun_on_Why_and_How_to_Give_an_Ignite_Talk.m4v

CDPUG Meeting Videos Now Posted On-line and Available to iTunes!!!

CDPUG Meeting Videos have now been posted on-line. Richard Sandy, CDPUG Multimedia Director has been hard at work recording, editing, and posting content from recent meetings. Way to go Richard. The videos can be viewed on-line at http://www.podbean.com/podcast-detail?pid=103450 . The content can be viewed at the Podbean site, but you can also subscribe in i-Tunes. To do so, you need… Read more »

Jeff Darcy, Editorial Cartoonist for the Plain Dealer Visits CDPUG

Jeff  Darcy will talk to CDPUG on February 24, 2011 and share his thoughts about the editorial cartoon and the newspaper industry as they’ve changed and adapted from hard copy to the digital age. For the past 17 years, readers of the Cleveland Plain Dealer have enjoyed editorial cartoons drawn and written by Jeffrey Darcy. A 1982 graduate of St…. Read more »