Thanks to all that attended our latest round of Adobe Lunch & Learn events!

Our latest round of Adobe Lunch & Learn events have come to a close, and we’d just like to say a massive thank you to those of you who attended! We had a great time, drank plenty of tea, and even learned some valuable Creative Cloud tips. For those of you who couldn’t make it down, here’s what you missed out on…

On the 19th March we kicked things off and welcomed Adobe’s expert Iona Walters to come round and talk to us about all the latest news from Creative Cloud. We discussed key Creative Cloud features like Creative Profile and how you can use this feature to add and access assets and tools via your Creative Cloud library from directly within your profile. We also covered off new updates to CC desktop applications and mobile applications. Iona showed us how we can capture, edit, create and share work while on the move and how the mobile applications integrate with the desktop application via the Cloud.

We rounded off our first event by going through some of the key updates to Creative Cloud desktop applications, with Iona demonstrating some handy new tips and tricks in Adobe’s best used applications Photoshop, InDesign and Illustrator, over many, many cups of tea. A great day!

On the 7th May we welcomed Tony Harmer to the stand to present on ‘design product workflows with Creative Cloud’. Tony focused on interoperability within Creative Cloud, demonstrating how the mobile apps seamlessly integrate with desktop apps and with each other for a smarter/more efficient workflow. He also shared tips and tricks on how you can use Creative Cloud more effectively to save time and minimise versioning.

Again, thank you to everyone who managed to come along to our Lunch & Learn sessions. You all helped make them a lot of fun, and we hope you found them useful. Here are a few comments from the day (you guys are too kind to us, really)…

“Excellent event overall – just about right!”

“Best part of the event? Learning about updates to software and how it all interacts.”

If you’re reading this and feel you missed out on getting that burning Creative Cloud question answered by an expert, and ultimately missing a free lunch – don’t worry – we’ll be holding plenty more events with Adobe and more of our tech partners in Soho as well as across the UK so keep an eye on our events page to sign up for future sessions.

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