Learn the basics of Adobe Muse

Learn the basics of Adobe Muse
Event on 2014-12-12 13:15:00

Presenter Kenneth Loebenberg demonstrates the basics using Muse to build web pages, including descriptions of HTML CSS and how Muse takes care of this for you.

About the Presenter

Kenneth Loebenberg, of New Era HD, has more than a decade of experience as a graphic designer and digital illustrator. He has produced art prints for national upscale hotel chains and home goods retailers and has worked with interior designer Barclay Butera and fashion designer Jeffrey Banks on signature line products sold internationally.

He previously worked for Wendover Art Group in Florida and Iconic Pineapple Art in Maryland as well as advertising agencies FKQ and Dancel Multimedia. He was Co-Manager of the Gulf Coast Adobe User, an Industry Advisor to Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College and a Featured Speaker/Photoshop Expert for the 2012 College Public Relations Association of Mississippi Conference.

Kenneth graduated from Savannah College of Art and Design with dual degrees in graphic design and illustration and has been working in Photoshop for more than 15 years.

About the Austin Adobe User Group

We meet from 1:15 – 3:30 pm the second Friday of every month at New Horizons Computer Learning Center, 300 E Highland Mall Dr, Suite 100 (across the street from the bus stop, in the Wells Fargo building – enter the parking lot from the side street, Jonathan Drive). To help New Horizons Computer Leanming Center reserve a room that comfortably seats everyone, pleae RSVP for this free event.

Membership in the Austin Adobe User Group is free and open to everyone who is interested in learning about web and multimedia design, elearning and more using Adobe products. (Our web site's presentation page has recordings of many past presentations.)



at New Horizons Computer Learning Center of Austin
300 E Highland Mall Blvd
Austin, United States

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