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Join Justin Seeley, lynda.com staff author and design enthusiast, each week for a new 5-minute, self-contained tutorial that you can use to instantly improve your design workflow. This series covers techniques for print, digital, and web design, addressing the tools that creative professionals like you use most. Learn new ways to leverage layer styles and vector shapes in Adobe Photoshop, work more efficiently with text in Illustrator, and embed videos and even tweets in WordPress posts, and much more. Check back each week for a new installment, and a new design hack.
Hi there. My name is Justin Seeley and I'm a staff author here at lynda.com. I'd like to welcome you to my new weekly series, Creative Quick Tips. So exactly what is Creative Quick Tips? Think of it as a three to five minute tutorial that each and every week helps you improve your creative workflow. I've got a ton of tips that involve several of your favorite applications. Like powerful Photoshop short cuts to help speed up your daily routine or Adobe Illustrator typography tricks you probably didn't know. And also, some workflow suggestions to help you get better with software like Wordpress, for instance.
Like I said, this series covers the full gambit of creative tools and I'm excited to share all of these with you. Be sure to add this course to a playlist and check back each week for a brand new Creative Quick Tips.
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