San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
You are invited to the March meeting, with two great speakers — David Koff and Gary Coyne.
David will share the secrets of the computer, and will demystify uknown subjects as well answer questions about daily workflow. Gary will share his tips regardigng workflow as an artist.
We are happy to meet again at Training Connection. It is downtown LA in a beautiful building. The meeting is at 7 PM. Parking is available at the building but it is too much money...you can find $5 lots around the corner from the building and some street parking are avialable as well.
It is located 2 bloacks fro Fig and 7th a great place to eat before or after the meeting or just shop and enjoy!
About the Venue: Training Connection LLC is a computer and business skills training company.
Our Training Philosophy —
Our main focus is to provide exceptional computer desktop and business skills training. We strive to achieve this by following a 5 cornerstone approach:
1. Our Instructors
Without a doubt our most valuable assets and the most important cornerstone to providing exceptional training. All our instructors need to maintain an overall student rating above 90% to remain in our program.
2. Ease of Booking
Our website allows you to easily check for course outlines, upcoming class dates, availability, student testimonials, instructor bios, and great package deals. You can book classes online, over the phone by calling 888.815.0604 or via email.
3. Modern Spacious Training Facility
There is nothing worse than training in cramped training rooms with old computers. Training should be a pleasant experience in a pleasant environment.
4. Great Customer Service
Each training center has customer service staff employed to ensure you have a great experience and you are well looked after. Our training center staff are friendly and polite and will see to your needs.
5. After the Course
If you wish to repeat any class, you can do so free of charge for up to 6 months from your original class.
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A Passion for Technology & The Arts
When the Mac first came out, the fact that you could go into MacPaint or MacDraw, copy an image and paste it into MacWrite was a real big deal. Really big. But then again, your output was an ImageWriter I, so who cared if everything was pixelated. Back then EVERYTHING was pixelated. Now, thirty years later, it's more complicated because of all of the options available to the user.
Now, what should be easy-peasy, turns out to provide frustration and confusion. There are a few secret handshakes when transferring images (and even text) from Illustrator to Photoshop, InDesign, and even Dreamweaver. Thus, if you want to get the best results from the "resolution independent" images created by Illustrator into applications that are (mostly not) resolution independent, here's your chance to take your decoder ring and learn the tricks to get around "It's No Longer Copy & Paste."
All participants will get 10% off a class at Training Connection. // 10% from David Koff Services
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