Adobe Training Courses
The Mouse Training team can provide Adobe training courses on all versions and levels for almost all Adobe applications. We offer standard and tailored courses to suit your exact requirements.
We are able to run your Adobe Training Courses at a location which suits you. For your convenience, we run a fully equipped, comfortable and relaxed Adobe Office Training centre in the heart of London. Alternatively, we can bring the Adobe training to your site (or office). Read more about our Onsite Training Service
Training standard Adobe courses has moved in a more bespoke direction and Mouse, ever ahead of the trend, can provide you with expertly tailored Adobe training courses. We also offer a free Training Needs Analysis service to help you build the perfect Adobe training course.
We offer training in various Adobe versions including CS5 and CS6. Adobe Upgrade Training Courses is also on the menu. We boast clients like Google, HSBC and too many others to mention here.
Select an application below to view the standard courses we provide, or contact us and build your own tailored Adobe course contents.
Our Adobe Training Courses
Why choose Mouse Training for your Adobe training?
- Comprehensive list of Adobe CS6 training courses
- All levels of ability are covered from beginner to Advanced
- Knowledgeable trainers
- Unlimited post course support
- Full training Needs analysis
- Tailored course design
If you would like or need to discuss your Adobe Training Courses more, please feel free to contact us on 020 7920 9500, or email email@example.com
Adobe Background Information
Adobe software facilitates digital imaging, design and document technology. Adobe applications provide a comprehensive design environment enhancing productivity and enabling professional results in print, web, interactive, video, audio and mobile platforms.
Adobe has developed a suite of applications to complete a range of design projects using their software.
For your convenience, summarised below, are the applications we offer training in, their primary function and how the applications interact with each other.
Adobe Flash is a multimedia platform for adding animation and interactivity to web pages. Used to create animation, advertisements, and web components, to integrate video into web pages and Internet applications, it can also create (amongst other things) interactive web sites, rich media advertisements, instructional media and engaging presentations. The main output from Flash is known as a Movie note: Flash can be used together with ActionScript to create more complex scenarios not possible using the Flash menu system alone.
Adobe Captivate records user choices and events during use of software. To enhance understanding, additional explanatory and instructional captions can be added for playback. Tests can also be included to evaluate users understanding. Captivate lets you create simulations and Computer-Based Training without prior programming knowledge. If need be you can even add in interactivity features to let users think they're using the software, and play the result back as a “movie”. The results can be used as demos, marketing presentations, tutorials and eLearning. Created movies can run locally on users' PCs or from a network drive or web site.
Adobe Acrobat is designed to view, create, edit, manage and distribute files in Adobe's Portable Document Format (PDF). Adobe Reader is available free download from Adobe's web site, and allows the viewing and printing of PDF files. Acrobat and it’s accompanying Reader are used to present information with a fixed layout similar to a paper publication. People viewing a PDF file (or document) with the Acrobat reader see the document with the intended layout by the author. This capability for accurately reproducing output is its main advantage over other electronic formats such as HTML where the layout can vary depending on the browser being used.
InDesign is used mostly for page composition, design and production by Graphic artists and digital publishers. This industry standard page layout software can be used to manipulate page elements, mainly text and images, in single or multi page documents.
Designers and graphics production artists are the principal users, creating and laying out periodical publications, posters, and print media. It offers powerful features for creating richer, more complex documents; and reliably outputs pages to multiple media. It is used to create the layout and print-out books and has a similar interface to the other Adobe products.
Adobe Photoshop is a digital graphics editor used by both professional and amateurs for photo image manipulation. Photoshop has a wide range of tools and commands that alter an image digitally. Photoshop uses bitmap images for editing. A bit map image consists of a rectangular grid, called a raster, which is made up of pixels or dots of colour; the image is like a digital mosaic. When editing a bitmap, you are editing the colour values of each individual pixel.
Photoshop can be used to edit colour, retouching, correcting mistakes and preparing composition. It can also be used to alter images for advertising or publication
Adobe Illustrator is a vector graphics editor often used to draw illustrations, cartoons, diagrams, charts and logos. (Designers avoid using Photoshop for vectors and text, because in Photoshop all your vectors will be pixilated lacking the crisp outlines of characters and illustrations required by printers).
Unlike bitmap images that stores information in a grid of dots, Illustrator uses equations to draw out the shapes. This makes vector graphics scalable without the loss of resolution. Illustrator is frequently used for Drawn Maps, Logo Design, Drawn Illustrations, photo realistic drawings and info graphics.
Advantages of used Vector graphics are that they’re scalable without any loss of resolutions, lines are sharp at any size, high resolution print capability and file size is reduced.
The only downside is that these graphics can produce on dimensional cartoon like drawings (producing photo realistic drawings is quite difficult to achieve)