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October 14, 2017 User Group Meeting.


Our next user group is scheduled for October 14th at 11 am at the Children's Board of Hillsborough County. I hope you can make it. We are fortunate to have David Asch as our special guest presenter, who is coming all the way from the United Kingdom. Well technically, he will be presenting from the UK via connect. David is a Author / Trainer Adobe Muse and Adobe Photoshop Elements. He also is a Community Professional (ACP) and hold Adobe Certified Expert (ACE) accreditation in Adobe Photoshop CS6 and CC. David not only has experience in creating Adobe Muse sites he also has created widgets for the program as well as an author of Creative Web Design with Adobe Muse. Check out his website to learn more.


David is going to do a 45 min presentation with a 15 minute Q & A at the end. Based on the feedback we have already received he will do a ground-up demonstration of a simple site.


We will all be gathering at the Children's Board of Hillsborough County, but if you can't make it, we can send you link so you can watch the presentation on the go via you phone, tablet, or computer.


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If you think you will be attending via connect, shoot me an email so that I make sure you get the connect link sent to you ahead of time.


Can't wait to see everyone.



Adobe formed its first InDesign User Group in November 2006. 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.


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