Adobe Courses: CS6 Update
We are pleased to announce that all of our Adobe courses have been updated and will now be running with the latest CS6 software.
With plenty of new features and an up-to-date format, now is the right time to learn with CS6!
Don't worry though, if you'd rather learn Photoshop, InDesign or any of our Adobe courses in an older version, we can still tailor a course around your needs.
We can also run bespoke CS6 upgrade sessions, for those who have used Adobe software before but would like to get to grips with the latest version.
Contact us by phone on 01273 622272 or email email@example.com
Why the Change?
We always strive to keep up-to-date with the latest products and versions of software available here at Silicon Beach Training but beyond that, upgrading to CS6 means benefiting from all of the new features which include:
- New interface
- Video editing
- Improved Blur function
- Dashed and dotted vector lines
- Auto Save
- Crop tool change
- Auto Adjustment improvements
- Layer Search/Filter
- Text Enhancements and Stylesheets
- Vector tool change
- New Interface
- Liquid Layouts
- Alternate Layouts
- PDF Forms
- Flexible Columns
- Conveyor Tool
- Form Tools
- Epub Creation options
- Tile Patterns
- Image Trace
- Stroke Gradients
- Tracing and Stroke improvements
- HTMl5 videos
- Fluid Grid-Based CSS3 layouts
- CSS3 transitions
- Multiple CSS class selection
- jQuery swatches
These are just some of the new features in CS6. Read this post on Photoshop CS6's new features for a full rundown or this one for the new features in InDesign and Illustrator CS6.
Some of the features will be particularly useful but another big change is also the move toward a cloud-based licencing system - Creative Cloud.
It is for these reasons that upgrading to CS6 was important to us.
CS6 and Beyond
Now that Adobe software is licensed through Creative Cloud, upgrading to the latest edition of their software will be easy for both businesses and individuals.
We will always aim to run our courses with the latest versions of software because we feel it is important for delegates to know about and learn the most recent developments and features - even if you choose not to use them!
We look forward to embracing CS6, so come and join us.
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