Using Graphics in Real-World Tech Comm
This webinar discusses screen captures, photographs, images borrowed from the Web, illustrations, and logos as graphics. Discussion will include which formats are better for which deliverable and why. Topics for discussion include raster images, vector images, RGB and CMYK color, and resolution. Methods for downsampling images and considerations for online use will also be discussed, along with thoughts on using graphics in single-sourcing environments. Furthermore, the presenter will discuss software used to create and edit graphics, including Techsmith SnagIt, Techsmith Jing, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe FrameMaker, and Microsoft Office.
Attendees can expect to come away with real-world knowledge and techniques that they can immediately apply to graphics in their workplace. You'll be able to discuss different needs for graphics based on the deliverable, understand different graphics formats and select the best one for a given situation, and appreciate some of the software available for using graphics in technical communication.