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AIGA/LA & Adobe Present- Moving From Print to Web

05.13.10   |   Posted in: Art & Design, Events   |   By: Kellis Landrum
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6:30 pm – 10:00 pm  /  20 May 2010
Downtown Independent Theater

251 South Main Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012

A three part How-To seminar series on demystifying the web for designers.

Part One: Understanding Interactive Communication Design

Join Kellis Landrum and Brian Wood on May 20 from 6:30 pm to 10:00 pm for a seminar on making the web more approachable for designers. Learn how digital media content dissemination works and how extend your print skills on to the Web. Mingle with the LA design community and enjoy food and drinks with us at the Downtown Independent Theater before the seminar. We’ll be showing videos from Adobe Youth Voices and giving away a copy of Adobe CS5. Register now to reserve your spot!

Reception from 6:30pm – 7:30pm
We’ll be showing videos from Adobe Youth Voices in the lounge/lobby and giving away a copy of Adobe CS5.

Kellis Landrum is Owner and Creative Director of Soda Media Inc, an Art Center College of Design Alumni, and former Art Center Instructor. He is also a member of the AIGA, and founding member of the Los Angeles AIGA Interactive Committee. Kellis is Co-Founded online Style & Culture magazine, He has designed, developed and directed award winning projects for a variety of clients including NBC, Scion Motors, Kia Motors, American Apparel, Guess Clothing, Symantec, and Aiwa. He has worked with agencies and studios including Ogilvy, David and Goliath, Wieden + Kennedy Tokyo, M&C Saatchi, The Groop and Amauta Tech.

Brian Wood is an Adobe Creative Instructor in Acrobat 9, Illustrator CS4 and Dreamweaver CS4, and the author of InDesign CS2 Hands-On-Training, and three other books published by Peachpit Press. He has authored InDesign CS2, Illustrator CS2, Expression Web, and Acrobat 8, 9 video titles for Some of his Acrobat 8 and 9 video training titles are included in the product box for Creative Suite 3, and are also posted on the Adobe web site. A seasoned web developer and web technology trainer, Brian is the host of the askbrianwood website, which is available online at:

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