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Capture all your creative ideas on the go with Adobe's new line of drawing tools: the Line and Sketch apps and two brand-new hardware elements--the Ink pen and Slide digital ruler. Justin Seeley shows how to pair these tools with your iPad and then use them in six real-world drawing projects: from designing logos to creating website wireframes. He'll also show how to share your work with others using the Cloud Clipboard, Behance, and even Kuler. Start now and learn how to give your creative process a little competitive edge with this new set of twenty-first-century tools.
Throughout this course you might have some questions, or maybe you just want to talk shop, and I want to be as accessible as possible when you do. So here are a few ways that you can get in touch with me on the web. If Twitter's your thing, you can find me at twitter.com/justinsealy, or just simply send me a tweet @justinsealy. This is probably the easiest and fastest way to reach me. If you're more of a Facebook person, you can find my personal Facebook page at facebook.com/seeleyfb. This page allows for private direct messages much the same as an email, so it's the best solution for long-form question and responses.
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