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JessicaSprague.com Announces ACDSee Digital Organization Class(June 01, 2012)
Apex, NC (PRWEB) June 01, 2012
JessicaSprague.com, the leading website offering online classes and products for digital crafters, announces a new digital scrapbook organization class - Creatively Organized: ACDSee for Windows or Mac.
This self-paced, online class taught by Kayla Lamoreaux teaches participants how to use ACDSee Photo Software to organize digital files in a way that works for each participants creative process. The class is broken into a series of video lessons that cover a variety of topics including:
- Backing Up
- Organizing based on your creative process
- File Structure and how to store your supplies
- The ins and outs of ACDSee that you'll need to know for your organization flow
- Adding categories, ratings, tagging
- ACDSee Organizing and searching secrets
I am so excited to teach students in the new ACDSee classes said Lamoreaux. It is a powerful piece of software - once users learn how to use it, they will be amazed with how much it can support and inspire their creativity.
Two versions of the class are offered Creatively Organized: ACDSee 14 for Windows for $35 and Creatively Organized: ACDSee for Mac for $25. Like all classes at JessicaSprague.com, once purchased they are available to the user forever.
To learn more about ACDSee visit http://www.acdsee.com.
About Kayla Lamoreaux
Kayla Lamoreaux is a digital crafter who loves teaching others the secrets of technology relating to organization. In fact, she thinks about organization so much that some say her middle name Jo stands for "just organize."
She's been teaching digital since 2007, constantly seeking out new technology and then learning the ins and outs of different software programs to pave the path for her students. She loves to talk tech and is passionate about helping others curate and organize their digital photo collections. Kayla's personal photo collection contains photos from present day dating all the way back to the late 1800s. Working with this collection of several generations has given her perspective to guide students as they work to create Photo Flow that is scalable and sustainable over several lifetimes.
You can find Kayla's blog at Digiscrap101.com.
JessicaSprague.com is the leading website offering online classes and products for digital crafters. Founded in 2007 by world-renowned crafter, scrapbooker, instructor and author Jessica Sprague, JessicaSprague.com provides professionally designed, video-based online classes in Photoshop and Photoshop Elements for customers interested in learning about digital scrapbooking, photo editing, mouse-and-paper crafting, and more. The site's mission is to provide instruction, inspiration, and products to help people grow their skills, beautify their lives, and enhance their relationships with the people that matter most to them. The websites offerings include digital scrapbooking paper, digital brushes, digital element packs, lesson packs, weekly tutorials, and online classes in digital scrapbooking, mouse-and-papercrafting, photo editing, and more.
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