During her years in publishing, Terri Stone has written and edited everything from blog posts to books, on topics ranging from livestock waste lagoons to burning bras. However, the bulk of her publishing experience is in the fields of design and photography and it's there that she feels at home. She was editor in chief of CreativePro.com and its sister publication, InDesign Magazine, from 2005 to 2012. Before that, Terri was an editor at Macworld and Publish magazines. Terri is now an editor, writer, and community manager at Adobe Systems.
- Features: Written by Terri Stone on July 3, 2013Stanford University's Venture Lab classes are well-organized, interesting, and best of all, free! You can register now for a course on design thinking that begins later this month, or sign up to be alerted when the always-popular "Crash Course in Creativity" is offered again.
- Features: Written by Terri Stone on June 28, 2013Free video tutorials step you through projects in After Effects, Dreamweaver, Edge Animate, Illustrator, InDesign, Muse, Photoshop, and Premiere Pro. They include downloadable sample files and keyboard shortcut cheat sheets.
- Features: Written by Terri Stone on June 27, 2013Because PDF2ID Standard and PDF2ID Professional v4.0 work with InDesign CC, users will benefit from native 64-bit PDF and XPS conversion technology.
- Features: Written by Terri Stone on June 24, 2013"The Green Design and Print Production Handbook" is much more than a standard printing guide.
- Features: Written by Terri Stone on August 17, 2012Last week, I went to a swap meet and found a 1973 Polaroid camera still in its original case. On eBay, it could sell for $100, but I paid just $1. Now there's a digital equivalent of a swap meet that targets creative pros, except it's even better because you don't have to pay a thing.
- Features: Written by Terri Stone on February 9, 2012The first model in a new line of cameras from Olympus has been announced. The Olympus OM-D E-M5 is a Micro Four Thirds (MFT) system digital camera, meaning that it accepts interchangeable lenses that are compatible with the MFT system. Because MFT cameras don't use mirrors, they can be smaller than traditional SLRs. The $1,299 E-M5 comes with a 12-50mm f3.5-6.3 lens and shoots both stills and HD video. Its sensor captures 16MP of data, and its ISO range extends up to 25600.