Access Class Outline via the Adobe Education Exchange: Adobe iPad Apps – Improve your Creativity
Adobe iPad Project Samples
Here are samples of projects that were created using Adobe iPad Apps. You may share these samples with your class.
Slideshow Voice Over App. Very easy to use and share stories.
The Icon library is a awesome design resource – simply enter a search term and select an icon.
Limit your use of photos – playback is more reliable with icons.
Here are two Adobe Voice Samples.
The Journey of Creativity
How I became the IrishGuy
APP: Adobe Draw
Adobe Draw is an easy to use paint program. With a select of different brushes, layers, and color picker.
Adobe Draw – Interface Prototype
Adobe Draw is a great tool for creating design mockups. This events website prototype was created with Adobe Draw.
Digital Drawing creating using Adobe Draw.
APP: Adobe Shape
Capture and convert your line drawing into digital art. For best results draw on plain paper to reduce visual artifacts. Using Adobe Shape camera photography your sketch – and let Adobe Shape do the tracing and converting. High Contrast images have the best results.
Adobe Shape Examples
Or use Adobe Shape to capture layout plans or brainstorming sketches.
APP: Adobe Photoshop Express
Photoshop Express is a quick and easy way to enhance your photography. With an array of visual effects.
APP: Adobe Photoshop Touch
Adobe Photoshop Touch is a BIG APP. Full of special effects for photography and paint. It all you would expect from a iPad version of Photoshop – but with some really awesome new ways of thinking and working with digital media.
Adobe Photoshop Touch is also a great way to capture old documents without using a scanner.
APP: Adobe Ideas
Adobe Ideas bring the power of layers to the iPad. Making if easy to control complex sketches. The automatic sync to Creative Cloud has been permanently disabled. However, you can still load files to the Creative Cloud, Share the artwork, or email as an attachment.
Here are two examples of digital sketches created using Adobe Ideas.
Both images were created during part of the brainstorming process. The Indian figure uses layers for foreground, midpoint, and background. The figure was sketch out in black outline on one layer. The colors were painted in – almost like paint by number – the black outline created an instant crisp mask. Textures and clothing details were drawn on a third layer. Shadows were draw on the final layer.
The second figure were quick sketches. I found that drawing on the iPad provides precise control. I liked how easy it was to create too different styles to express an expression. In both examples the hands are rendered differently.
For my Professional Development Session Closing I always recap the class objective. I also include an instant Google Feedback Review. By using Google Forms – I have everyone complete an instant feedback form. Here is the Feedback form that I use for this class. The results of the form are shared with everyone in the class. Any unsolved problems or misunderstandings can normally be handled here. Or, it can simply be a strong visual way of recapping the elements of the class outline. For me, I use the group results to guide me though the closing statement – it’s my cheat sheet!
Some information about Feedback Forms
People love to fill in feedback forms! As much as most people love doing their taxes.
Make them fun and engaging. If you want real results from your Feedback Forms you need to connect with your participants. Use a variety of quick fire questions. Share the results with all the class. Any questions or problem areas can be reinforced at this time.