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  • Come and learn the fundamentals of Adobe Photoshop!  Lead by 3 female Berklee students with a wide range of experience, the workshop will be open to all female experience levels and will break down the features and tools into easily understood parts.   The workshop will increase your ability to understand and retain the information. By the end of the workshop,  you will know the use of the basic tools of Adobe Photoshop CC, and be able to open, edit and prepare images for use in print, or digital media such as PDF’s or the Internet.

    Due to the restriction of computers, this workshop has a capacity of 10 people, however, if you already have adobe photoshop you may be able to sit in on the session. Please contact Anna Parry at for further information on this. 

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  • A training session for Adobe In-design followed by a brief Q&A session.

    This training is only open to current students attending the School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation at the University of Maryland. 

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  • Important Information:

    All who are intrested in this class are required to officially register at the kiosk located on 450 H Street NW, Washington, DC 20001.

    To officially register you will need a valid I.D. or One Card.

    Eventbrite does not serve as an official registration.

    Once you've registered you will be notified by our Technical Recruiter and be given a start date to attend class.

    Thank you for your interest and we look forward to creating with you!

    Course Description:

    Learn how to use Adobe Illustrator CS6, Adobe Photoshop CS6 and Direct Garment Printer. All registered participants will have the opportunity to print FREE T-Shirts and on other appropriate garments. At the end of the 12 week course we hope for all participants to walk away with a Portfolio, ACA Certification and a Job/Internship.

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    Join Congress Heights Arts and Culture Center for a full day investment in YOUR brand!

    Soufside Creative presents: STAMP YOUR BRAND

    Spend a day, learning how to brand yourself through promotional gear YOU will create!

    • Learn to make brand logo using Adobe illustrator

    • Learn to use and operate Expert 24 cutter + Cricut Silhouette Cameo

    • Learn to use a heat press to apply vinyl transfer to fashion garments

    • Learn to shoot photos for social media and marketing

    If you can spend 8 hours working for someone else's company, you can spend 8 hours investing in your own dream! Leave with not only 3 tees  STAMPED with your brand, but with a skillset + connections through networking!

    Did we mention your ticket also includes lunch catered by Open Arms Catering?

    Limited Space Available!

    Only 6 spots! Sign up now!


    Note: $150 ticket includes all materials (tees, hoodies, vinyl, cutters, heat press) + catered lunch!

    If you plan to accompany a minor, please purchase a Guardian Ticket in addition workshop ticket.

    If you have your own computer and/or Adobe Illustrator, please bring it with you to the workshop.

    If not, NO WORRIES! 

    No prior knowledge + eperience is necessary. 

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  • Interested in Drone Photography?

    DJI Aerial Photography Academy is designed to teach valuable skills and industry secrets to attendees who wish to create top quality, compelling, marketable aerial photographs using small drones. Expert instructors Randy Braun & Stacy Garlington come from DJI global headquarters to share their expertise during an intensive yet fun six-hour class classroom presentation. This class is for you if:

    • You are a drone enthusiast looking to create the highest quality aerial photographs, and explore additional sources of income.

    • You are a still photographer/videographer who wants to add aerial photography to your professional offerings.

    • You are a realtor, inspector, contractor, emergency responder, artist, insurance adjuster, rancher, developer, or surveyor... wanting to make your job more efficient.

    • You are confused by the rules, the equipment, costs, and the procedures of drone operation. 

    You are guaranteed to walk away with a high level of proficiency that will put you years ahead in aerial drone photography. You will also gain insight; where to find drone job listings and how to best apply drones to your existing set of skills. 

    To wrap up the day, we will spend ninety minutes processing aerial images with Adobe Lightroom Classic. For the best educational experience, please consider downloading the free Adobe Lightroom Free Trial Software" REL="noreferrer noopener nofollow noopener noreferrer nofollow">7-day trial to your laptop and becoming familiar with this easy-to-use photo processing software. 

    For a current class syllabus and more information, visit!



    Are minimum age requirements to enter the event?

    This event is open to anyone 18 years of age and older. 

    What room is the class held in at the Hotel?

    Presidential Theater.  Hotel link HERE.

    What can I bring to the event?

    We will present you a 64-page class workbook upon arrival. There is space for personal note-taking in the book. We encourage you to bring a laptop computer or tablet so you can follow along post-processing in using Adobe Lightroom. (Tablets are not guaranteed to have the full functionality of Adobe Lightroom.) Sample photos will be provided prior, or at the event. No electricity or wireless hotspot will be guaranteed, but we do our best to have power strips at each table. The room will be set-up classroom style with tables and chairs. You may bring your day-pack and store it next to you under the table.

    May I contact the instructors with any questions?

    Absolutely! Email is best at

    What's the refund policy?

    You may apply for a full refund up to 72 hours (3 full days) before the start of the event. If you are unable to make it because of a last-minute conflict, you are invited to either transfer your ticket to a friend, or attend another of our scheduled classes in the future.

    What about the lunch break?

    There will be one full hour lunch break. There is typically at least one restaurant at the hotels we book, and additional restaurants nearby. Or, bring your lunch (there is a no-outside-food policy inside of banquet rooms).

    Should I bring a drone?

    We will not be flying at this event. We will focus our attention on drone photography methods, techniques, processing methods and business skills.

    What should I wear?

    Comfort clothing! Maybe a jacket in case the room gets chilly. 

    Special thanks to our event sponsors: DJIAdobe SystemsDrone DeployMulticopter WarehouseGoProfessional Cases, and Professional Photographers of AmericaThe Drone Flight School, Macphun Software, and Triple Scoop Music. We use their products and services passionately.

    For additional information, visit

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  • Does your child love to make art?  Because in Arlington, VA at Aurora Hill Library we are offering a Free "Digital Art" class from 12-1pm Saturday, January 13-May 5th, 2018. This is the best way for your child to connect with their artistic side outside the classroom!
    The class will run on a weekly basis. Please sign up for this program on Eventbrite or via email. Please have your children bring their laptops. Ages 8-15!
    This program teaches kids the importance of storylines, concept art, and design. Starting with pencil and paper sketches, students will take their art to the computer using programs like Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator. The finished product will be a digitally polished comic strip!
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  • We are pleased to invite you to the Spring Workday Regional User Group (RUG) meeting for the greater DC area customers.

    Hosted by our customer Univeristy of Maryland University College and Sponsored by Adobe.

    Please join your fellow Workday Community members for a day of learning, networking, and sharing thoughts to help drive adoption and leading practices.

    When: Friday, April 20th, 9:30am – 2:00pm

    Where: University of Maryland University College 3501 University Boulevard E, Adelphi, MD 20783


    09:30 - 10:00 AM          Registration, Refreshments and Networking

    10:00 - 10:05 AM          Kick Off & Welcome From Our Cutsomer Committee Leader

    10:05 - 10:20 AM          A Few Words From Our Sponsor: Adobe

    10:20 - 10:30 AM          Welcome From Our Host: University of Maryland University College

    10:30 - 11:00 AM          GDPR: General Data Protection Regulation Customer Presentation

    11:15 - 11:30 AM          Have A Stonger Voice With Workday: Brainstorm Power Workbench 

    11:30 - 12:00 PM          Lunch & Networking

    12:00 - 12:45 PM          Shared Participation Advanced Compensation Customer Panel 

    12:45 - 01:30 PM          Getting More Out of Workday With Dashboards Customer Presentation 

    1:30   - 02:00 PM           Networking

    Space is limited to 125 attendees, so please register soon!  Look forward to seeing you on April 20th.

    We hope you can make it!


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  • Following the success of previous workshops in Europe and Asia, we are pleased to announce  a new 5W ACADEMY workshop in Washington DC.

    This two-day workshop is a comprehensive introduction to the creation of infographics and data visualization. With a mix of theory and practice, the workshop is aimed at professionals and students interested in developing the skills to produce engaging, insightful visual storytelling with their content.

    We will learn how to gather and prepare data, the Do’s and Dont’s of working with numerical information and charts, and the principles of visual hierarchy, color, typography, illustration, and narrative to create impactful infographics.

    Attendees will sketch out infographics, storyboard motion graphics and create/publish their interactive data visualizations and web maps with the help of Tableau Public. The class will discuss multiple award-winning projects and offer an overview of essential tools and strategies for creating engaging infographics and data visualization.



    LEARN from past and current examples to understand  the relevance of infographics and data visualization in visual storytelling.

    JUDGE AND CHOOSE the best sources, data types, and visual formats for your projects.

    CONCEPTUALIZE, plan, sketch, and design engaging infographics with multiple elements for print and online audiences.

    ENHANCE your graphics narrative with well edited text to present a clear message.

    PLAN OR STORYBOARD interactive graphics and learn the fundamentals of producing animated and interactive graphics

    EXPAND your knowledge about the most-up-to-date tools and resources available to create infographics and data visualizations.




    1. The role of infographics and data visualization in visual storytelling

    2. Using charts

    3. Using maps

    4. Infographics design: layout, color, and type

    5. Hands-on group exercise: sketching out a print infographic with multiple elements



    6. Creativity and Styles

    7. Online / interactive infographics

    8. Hands-on: creating interactive graphics and maps in Tableau

    9. Hands-on group exercise: designing interactive graphics and animations

    10. Efficient workflows


    See a detailed workshop schedule HERE



    PAYMENT - Payments are processed through using a credit card. If you or your organization prefer to make a booking through an invoice process (electronic payment transfer or check) please email to process your registration.

    CLASS SIZE - The class size is typically around 25-30 people.

    TIMES - We’ll start at 9:30 am and finish around 5:00 pm. There will be breaks in the morning and afternoon sessions and a lunch break of around 50 minutes.

    LAPTOPS - You are encouraged to bring a wireless-enabled laptop with the free Tableau Public software installed. Adobe Illustrator is useful but not required (you can use a free trial version).

    REFRESHMENTS - Coffe and pastries or light snacks will be available on arrival and during breaks. Lunch is on your own. The venue is located with convenient access to multiple food establishments.

    STUDENT CANCELLATIONS - 100% refunds are offered for cancellations UNLESS the event is less than 20 days away in which case a 50% refund will be offered. 

    EVENT CANCELLATIONS - If the event needs to be cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances you will be offered a 100% refund. Refunds will be limited to registration costs: 5W Infographic LLC is not liable for any other costs incurred, such as travel or lodging.

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    9:00 PM Doors Close

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    We recruit: front end developers, back end developers, mobile developers, graphic designers, UX + UI designers, data scientists, database administrators, tech journalists, product + project managers, IT professionals, full stack engineers, JavaScript, Ruby, Python, and Java programmers, social media professionals, marketing professionals, and more.



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    • Megan Smith, 3rd Chief Technology Officer, United States of America, Entrepreneur, Engineer, and shift7 CEO @smithmegan
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