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The Tampa Adobe User Group website is a place to find upcoming user group meetings, access a wide range of resources, and get information about industry events. Attend a meeting to learn more about  Creative Suite tools, connect with peers, and stay up-to-date on publishing trends.


Save the Date:


The next Tampa Adobe User Group meeting will be
Thursday -- May 11, 2017 from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm.

The speaker of the night will be "Yours Truly" Sarah Schweiger. I am going to cover Adobe XD and Muse this evening, so I hope you have the chance to tune in. I will show some of the basics of the program, offer tips and suggestions and actually show you projects I am actually worked on and are currently working on. I will send a link out the night before so that you have it and feel free to share it with the rest of the world. You will have to tell me if the signal was good or if we should never consider doing this again. Hope you can make it.


The next Meeting of the Tampa Bay Adobe User Group will be held May 11, 2017. We look forward to you tuning in. That’s right -- you can attend right there from the comfort of your own computer because we will be doing this meeting via online. You will not need any software to watch the meeting, just a browser and connection to the internet.


If you want to tune in on your tablet or phone,  you will need the Connect App Click here to learn more


Click here to login to on May 11th!




Adobe formed its first InDesign User Group in November 2001. This group, meeting quarterly, brought together members of the New York publishing community who were interested in InDesign, from early adopters to recent converts to the merely curious. News spread of what designers saw and heard at these meetings, and attendance grew. As of early 2015, the Adobe Worldwide InDesign User Group Community claims more than 89 chapters in 37 countries, with more than 62717 members.


The Tampa Bay Adobe InDesign User Group was started in 2006 by chairperson, Sarah Schweiger. In June of 2015 Adobe discontinued the InDesign User Group website and the Tampa Bay Adobe User Group website was created to let members know about new meeting announcements, wrap up notes, photos, logos from sponsors, discounts on training, resources, potential job opportunities, etc.


Membership in Tampa Bay Adobe User Group is free. If you would like to get emails about future meetings fill out the form above. You can also follow us on Facebook.

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