Adobe Software on KCLS Computers

Come in to any KCLS library to use Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, and Illustrator on library computers. You may reserve a computer here.

 

Adobe Photoshop is photo editing software that lets you make basic edits like cropping, straightening, or retouching photos, to advanced edits like combining images, adding effects, or moving subjects in an image.  

Look for the blue “Ps” icon on the library computer desktop to launch the software. Then, try the “Edit your first photo” activity to learn while doing.  

Learn more about how to use Photoshop in this Photoshop Basics tutorial, or Photoshop CC 2017 Essential Training on Lynda.com (KCLS card required), or from books in the KCLS Catalog.

 

Adobe InDesign is desktop publishing software that lets you create print projects like books, brochures, posters, or cards, and interactive publications like digital magazines, eBooks, and other online documents.   

Look for the pink “Id” icon on the library computer desktop to launch the software. Then, try the “Create a postcard” activity to learn while doing. 

Learn more about how to use InDesign in the InDesign CC 2017 Essential Training on Lynda.com (KCLS card required), or from books in the KCLS Catalog.

 

 https://media.flaticon.com/img/programs/illustrator@2x.pngAdobe Illustrator is graphics design software that lets you create logos, icons, and drawings to use in print or Web.  

Look for the orange “Ai” icon on the library computer desktop to launch the software. Then, try the “Design a logo” activity to learn while doing.  

Learn more about how to use Illustrator in the Illustrator CC 2017 Essential Training on Lynda.com (KCLS card required), or from books in the KCLS Catalog.

 

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