By Scott Fegette | Monday, November 18, 2013
One of the many benefits of working at lynda.com is the beauty and elegance of our Carpinteria headquarters, providing us not just an efficient, streamlined, and Green Business-certified workplace, but a constant source of visual inspiration as well. “A great workspace should be more than just comfortable for those who use it,” says founder Lynda Weinman. “High-quality surroundings should reflect and inspire a high-quality product—and that’s our hope for the facilities here at lynda.com.”
We’re proud to share these pictures of our facilities and show you where the inspiration, expertise, and hard work behind our courses originate. Interested in joining the lynda.com team yourself and seeing our offices in person? Be sure to check out our job listings.
By Scott Fegette | Thursday, November 14, 2013
This week we’re pleased to announce a new way to integrate your lynda.com course completion certificates with your LinkedIn profile—and share with any prospective recruiters and hiring managers the skills and knowledge you’ve acquired here at lynda.com.
If you’re a member of both lynda.com and LinkedIn, when you complete a course on lynda.com, you’ll receive an email with a link that lets you quickly and easily post your new certificate of completion to your LinkedIn profile—adding depth and breadth to your online resume. It’s now easier than ever to share your accomplishments in the job market, and showcase your skills and knowledge.
By lynda.com | Monday, November 11, 2013
Congratulations to Sheri G. of Oklahoma, the lucky winner of our Adobe Creative Cloud sweepstakes. Sheri wins a year’s subscription to the Creative Cloud.
If you didn’t win, don’t worry! We have another great sweepstakes for lynda.com Facebook fans. Win a new Canon 70D or Nikon D7100 — and free lynda.com training in photography and more. Enter now: http://bit.ly/1bp0o0T(Expires 11/30/13)
By Scott Fegette | Wednesday, July 31, 2013
Each year at the Adobe MAX conference, session attendees vote on their favorite speakers—and the top names are invited back to speak at future MAX events. We’re proud to announce that 10 of the top 22 speakers this year, or “MAX Masters,” are lynda.com authors.
We work hard to choose authors who are not only experts in their field and passionate about their subject matter, but are engaging teachers as well. We’re glad Adobe MAX audiences enjoyed their presentations as much as lynda.com members do!
Check out our training from these authors and see for yourself why they’re MAX Masters:
• Anne-Marie Concepción
• Bryan O’Neil Hughes
• Chris Meyer
• David Blatner
• Deke McClelland
• James Fritz
• Julieanne Kost
• Michael Ninness
• Mordy Golding
• Richard Harrington
By James Fritz | Tuesday, July 23, 2013
For the past two and a half years, Deke McClelland has been creating amazing effects and techniques each week—and feedback from members has been overwhelmingly positive.
Episodes of Deke’s Techniques have piled up, and as you can see below, the table of contents has become incredibly long.
By Scott Fegette | Thursday, July 18, 2013
With a variety of courses published each week at lynda.com, it’s easy to get distracted. So we’re pleased to take a moment to glance up from our busy release schedule to celebrate a significant milestone: lynda.com has just published its 2,000th course.
To put this in perspective, in April 2011 lynda.com featured 1,000 courses, which means we’ve now doubled our library in just over two years. From the initial concepts of a course, to screenwriting, to the production, camerawork, and editing of each individual video, 2,000 courses adds up to years of production time: no small feat.
By Derrick Story | Wednesday, May 22, 2013
We’ve been busy updating our Flickr Essential Training course, including three chapters on the Flickr mobile app alone. However, after this week’s announcement that Yahoo has released a better, brighter Flickr, it appears there’s more work to be done.
The old Flickr user interface.
By Beth Gilbert | Wednesday, February 27, 2013
We hope you have had a chance to organize courses you want to watch into playlists. We’ve expanded this feature, and now you can share your playlists too (and create an unlimited number of playlists!). Give your playlist a name and description, and then email a link to your friends and colleagues or post it to Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn. Share playlists to help others follow the same path, recommend a list, or to show what you’ve accomplished.
Creating a playlist
Get started by creating a new playlist. Make sure you’re logged in to your account, and then add courses to a new or existing playlist from the flyout menu on the + button. Create new playlists on the spot when you select add to a new playlist… from the flyout menu or select go to playlists to view and manage all of your playlists.
Sharing a playlist
Go to your playlists page by selecting playlists from my courses in the black bar at the top of any lynda.com page. Choose which playlist you want to share, and then click edit near the playlist name to add an optional description for the people you’re sharing it with.
Check the box next to share and we’ll generate a unique public URL for your playlist.
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