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New Software Spotlight: Adobe Creative Cloud 2015

Adobe Creative Cloud

I really like the artboards in Photoshop as well as the improvements in web functionality like the Adobe Preview, and am really looking forward to Photoshop Design Space. The "never lose your work" feature is great in Illustrator as are the new charting capabilities. Read More »

New Software Spotlight: Adobe Creative Cloud October 2014

Adobe Creative Cloud October 2014

The ability to take your designs and design abilities on the road and off your desktop is becoming increasingly important, and this update to Creative Cloud gives you much more freedom to do that. Read More »

Interview with Patti B. Jefferson, Author and Illustrator of ‘How Long Will You Love Me?’


"Any mistakes or missteps that I have made along the way got me to where I am so I don't think I would change anything." Read More »

Software Review: Adobe Creative Cloud for Designers

Adobe Creative Cloud for Designers

In this group, Illustrator is the clear winner with its major new tools and updates, but InDesign and Photoshop both have pretty good added features as well. Read More »

Software Review – Adobe Master Collection – Illustrator CS6 From Adobe Systems

What is new in Adobe Illustrator CS6? Read More »

Interview: Naomi Robinson, Mixed Media Artist of Sister to Sister Greeting Cards

"I like to focus on a strong line, pattern, complementary colors and playful compositions." Read More »

Interview: Jerry Craft, Creator of Mama’s Boyz

A talk with the creator of comic strips and stories aimed at getting readers to focus on the positive sides of African-American life. Read More »

Book Review: Symphony City by Amy Martin

Music expertly woven into art for children and their families. Read More »

DVD Review: Scholastic Storybook Treasures My First Series – Splat the Cat

A New DVD Line for Toddlers to encourage a love for reading. Read More »

Video Training Review: Illustrator CS4 One-On-One: Fundamentals with Deke McClelland from

Deke McClelland takes a complicated software package and brings it down to Earth in easy to understand language. Read More »