Knowledge Nuggets Galore!

This deck by Mattan Griffel led me to another great find. In my pursuit of owning the Adobe CS5 suite, I have been seeking out the best possible method for me to learn how to use this program more effectively. Griffel suggests that one can learn using his “brute force” learning method, which includes lots of time with online tutorials and podcasts. He shares with his audience. I’ve heard of, but had really to spend any time perusing the site. I did this afternoon. It made me want to do a happy dance. I found exactly what I was looking for, a tutorial on Photoshop, but beyond this, I found an affordable repository of knowledge on all the subjects that I am obsessed with at this point in my career–design, photography, infographics, and information design. Joy!

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