Join Justin Seeley for an in-depth discussion in this video How to send feedback, part of Adobe Color Essential Training.
- [Voiceover] When you're starting a new course, I know it can be a little frustrating if you don't know how to get in touch with the author, so I thought I'd give you a couple of ways you can contact me via the internet. First and foremost there is Twitter, of course. You can go to Twitter.com/JustinSeeley, and once you're on that website you have the ability to either follow me or just send me a tweet directly. Sending me a tweet, go ahead and let me know exactly what course you're watching so I know how best to help you with my response. Also you can go to Facebook.com/SeeleyFB. On this page you have the ability to like the page, but you can also send me a message directly through either the Messages tab there on the right or the Contact Us button on the left.
The messages tab keeps our conversation on Facebook, where the Contact Us takes you to my personal website where there's a contact form that sends me an email. You also have the ability to go to LinkedIn.com/In/JustinSeeley. On that page you have the ability now to follow me, and what that means is that you will be able to see all of my blog posts that I produce on LinkedIn through the LinkedIn publishing system. This includes supplemental content for a lot of my courses, so if you want to catch up on all of that information, just go to this profile, follow that link, and they'll start showing up in your news feed as I post them.
You can also go to YouTube.com/TheJustinSeeley. On this page, you can subscribe, of course, and when you subscribe you'll see all of the free video content that I produce there. These will show up from time to time as supplemental pieces for courses I've produced, and also just as free video tips that I feel like sharing at any given time. Finally, I also do a series of podcasting over at Brianiak.FM. That's www.Brainiak.fm, including a show called Pixel Pundits, which is a weekly design discussion show where we discuss a lot of things, including Adobe news, graphic design, freelancing, and a whole lot more.
In any case, no matter how you choose to contact me, thanks for watching this course. I really appreciate it, and I hope to see you again real soon.
Join Justin Seeley as he explores the essential features of Adobe Color. He shows how to create themes using the online color wheel, edit themes with color rules, participate in the Adobe Color community, and use your themes in Illustrator and Photoshop. He also shows how to turn photos into color themes with the Adobe Capture mobile app.
- Creating a basic theme in Adobe Color
- Exploring color rules
- Editing color themes
- Removing themes from a library
- Creating a theme from an existing image or with your camera
- Using Adobe Color in Illustrator and Photoshop